Weight: 150 grams (5.3 oz.) Type: Ripe Pu-erh (fermented) Grade: 1-3 Production area: Xishuangbanna Prefecture, Yunnan Province
What makes a good ripe Pu-erh are superior base leaves, skilled fermentation, and post production proper storage. This Pu-erh brick possesses all of these criteria. From the clean dry leaves to the clear deep burnt-umber tea broth, this tea impresses you from the start.
Taste characteristics: This tea offers a unique rice soup scent, which usually can only be found in well-aged ripe Pu-erh teas. Extremely savory, the tea broth is thick and complex. It leaves a clean, sweet throat-soothing sensation. While enjoying the tea, donít forget to smell the amazing aroma from the bottom of the fairness cup or the lid of your gaiwan to enhance your sensory experience.
A Favorite among the Ripe Pu-erhs05/31/2020 ByGene Latimer As sad as I would be for this to sell out before I can stock up some, I must admit that this one is a great value in my opinion! A combination of energy, taste and affordability. Much thanks to Linda for finding and stocking it... Our responseThank you for your on-going support, Gene.