This exquisite 2003 pu-erh hails from the biodynamic and certified organic ancient tea forests of the JingMai & ManJing Mountains in China's Yunnan Province. Coming from the oldest known tea plants in the world dating back over 1000 years, the leaf is oxidized about 10% then lightly roasted. The resulting brew has a gentle honey-like fragrance, mellow flavor with notes of roasted sugarcane.
For tips on how to prepare pure leaf pu-erh teas, please visit our Steeping Guide page.
- Steeping Instructions:
- Pre-rinse the leaves with 175(F) degree water for 20-30 seconds. Discard water then steep for 1-2 minutes with 175(F) degree water. Enjoy 5+ infusions.