A powerful raw pu-erh tea with sharp floral, grassy and honey notes. The first few steeps can be a bit strong, but after that it is a tea is thoroughly enjoyable. The later steeps leaves behind a very pleasing sweet aftertaste.
This tea was manufactured by one of the oldest factories in Lincang prefecture. It follows recipe number 7813 which includes plenty of tips.
Use 4 gm to 150 ml gaiwan
Water temperature 90F
First steep rise
Flash steep the rest
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