Famous earthy Pou Nei flavor, also known as ‘Camel’s Breath Tea’. This luxurious variety was 20 years cave aged. Only the small upper leaves are harvested to create the delicate flavor. – The Yunnan province produces teas for 1.700 years. Out of this tradition comes this twenty-year-aged Red Tea with small ‘Pou Nei’ Pekoe leaves. A mild and earthy flavor with a dark infusion.
Extracts of these precious leaves are used in Europe to support Cancer Therapy.
Theine (caffeine) content: Medium | Gift Tin Packaging (Reusable & Recyclable)
Suggested Water Temperature: 212 F | Suggested Infusion Time: up to 6 Minutes.
Finest cave-aged China Pu Erh Black Tea from the Yunnan Province. A TeaFountain selection suitable to be served hot or iced.
Preparation: Bring fresh water to the boil. Warm up tea pot by rinsing it with hot water. Fill one teaspoon per 6 oz cup of this Black Tea into the preheated tea pot. Pour the boiling water over the tea. Let infuse up to 7 Minutes and serve. To sweeten consider Rock Candy Crystals. Remove infuser or pour your tea into another tea pot or thermos carafe. Using an infuser or ‘Permanent Tea Filter’ for your cup or pot makes it easy to separate the leaves from the beverage. Use almost twice the amount of this Black Tea for Iced Tea.
Ingredients: Fancy China Whole Leaf cave-aged Pu Erh Tea.
To sweeten your beverage consider our Rock Candy Crystals or popular Oregon Tea Honeys # 88005.
Theine (caffeine) content: Medium
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Tea Info: Pu-erh, Pu’er tea, Puer tea or Bolay tea is a type of tea made from a ‘large leaf’ variety of the tea plant Thea sinensis and named after Pu’er County in the Chinese Yunnan Province. Pu-erh tea can be purchased as either raw/green (sheng) or ripened/cooked (shou), depending on processing method or aging. Sheng pu-erh can be roughly classified on the tea oxidation scale as a green tea, and the shou or aged-green variants as post-fermented tea. The fact that pu-erh fits in more than one tea type poses some problems for classification. For this reason, the “green tea” aspect of pu-erh is sometimes ignored, and the tea is regarded solely as a post-fermented product. Unlike other teas that should ideally be consumed shortly after production, pu-erh can be drunk immediately or aged for many years; pu-erh teas are often now classified by year and region of production much like wine vintages. Source info: Tea Fountain & Tea Station, Europe and Wikipedia, USA.