10 years Pu erh tea

Rated 3.0 out of 5
1 Review
  • REFINED FOR 10 YEARS

    This particular Pu-erh tea has been stored for 10 years, greatly enhancing the taste aromas, so fresh herbaceous aromas become a faint wood scent. The taste is...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • Malty and full bodied

  • Pure Pu erh tea

  • China

    Yunnan Region, Menghai

    Harvest - June

£6.49
£0.45 GBP

Per cup

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10 years Pu erh tea

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  • REFINED FOR 10 YEARS

    This particular Pu-erh tea has been stored for 10 years, greatly enhancing the taste aromas, so fresh herbaceous aromas become a faint wood scent. The taste is...

    Caffeine Level: medium

  • Malty and full bodied

  • Pure Pu erh tea

  • China

    Yunnan Region, Menghai

    Harvest - June

1 1/2 Teaspoons
95-100C / 230ml
1-2min
Enjoy!
3 Teaspoons
95-100C/150ml
1-2 Min
Fill with ice and enjoy!
Tasting Notes

Malty and Full-bodied

Origins

China, Yunnan Menghai

Menghai is a county in the Yunnan province of China. It’s tucked into the southernmost corner of the country and shares a border with Myanmar. Menghai’s mild sub-tropical climate and remoteness encourage rich biodiversity, and foster the growth of high quality teas. Tea leaves are grown and harvested in counties along the Lancang river here – including ‘wild arbor’, the highly sought after large, soft, silver leaves picked from plants and trees that grow wild on the hillside. It’s believed that some of these trees are over 1000 years old. 

10 years Pu erh tea
10 years Pu erh tea

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Reviewed by Martinson C.
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I don't recommend this product
Rated 3 out of 5
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Too earthy

It's a bit too earthy flavor for me, but still good!

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