This is a Pu-erh (Puer) ripened brick of 1kg, made of tea leaves harvested from Meng-Hai area of the Yunnan province during 1990's. The brick is made of primarily lager tea leaves, well aged and stored under dry storage. The tea has been naturally aging for around 20 years, yielding a mature ripened Pu-erh's pleasant woody aroma, smooth texture and sweet aftertaste.
This is a tea that needs to, and can be brewed strong:
This is definitely a Pu-erh of high value/price ratio for those who enjoy a good aged ripened Pu-erh daily.
this is an aged pu-erh tea that has been stored in a storage for many years before coming onto the market. The paper wrappings of the pu-erh teas are traditionally made very thin to facilitate the tea’s post fermentation process - to allow them to ‘breath’ through. There is therefore an extreme high chance that the paper wrapping is not 100% intact after the many years of storage and the long distance transportation that followed.
Your understanding on this is much appreciated!
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