Weight: 200 grams (7 oz.) Type: Ripe Pu-erh (fermented) Grade: 2-3 Production area: Bulang Mountain, Menghai County, Yunnan Province
Taste characteristics: I named this tea Simply Classic because this tea is made using the traditional pu-erh processing and fermentation method and packaged using the natural material of bamboo shoot leaves. Clean and warming, this tea also possesses a woody and warm chestnut flavor. If you enjoy ripe pu-erh on a daily basis, this tea will be an excellent choice because of its quality and good value.
BREWING INSTRUCTIONS: Use 5-6g of leaves per 6 ounces of water. Quickly rinse the leaves twice with boiling water (212ŗ F) and discard the water. Start steeping according to the recommended steeping time below.
A very good surprise...06/01/2020 ByBeverly Maynard I had been drinking coffee regularly and thought this tea might be an interesting alternative on occasion. Much to my surprise, I quickly acquired a fondness for it and now I rarely drink coffee. Very big surprise indeed! In fact I love having 3 or 4 cups throughout my morning and afternoon sometimes and appreciate how each be brew of the same leaves is a somewhat different from the last and yet consistently delicious! My body seems to ask for this tea now and I welcome the health benefits that I believe it can have. The simple quick way to brew the tea is a pleasure too, part of my tea time pleasure. Thanks to Lisa Seeās book, The Teagirl of Hummingbird Laneā I was very intrigued and Iām so glad she recommended Bana Tea!!! Thank you Our responseThank you, Beverly, that pu-erh tea now is part of your daily routine.
Lovely tea04/07/2020 ByJoan Powers I love my ripe Pu-erh tea brick. It's a little ritual that adds to the whole process of drinking tea. The rich dark red color repeats up to three potfuls and then becomes an amber elixir. I drink it hot and cold. Wonderful.
Our responseSo glad you like it.
amazing07/02/2018 ByS. marie Sargent Not only is my silver hair now growing in dark, I have a great sense of well being. This has been a major surprise as I am 81 years old. M. Sargent