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Summit 2010 "Yi Bang" Old-Tree Tribute Connoisseur Raw Pu-erh Tea - 200g Cake

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Summit 2010 "Yi Bang" Tribute Old-Tree Raw Pu-erh Tea Cake is a limited yield in each year and enjoys high aroma and a delightful and noticeable sweetness. If you use any Yiwu tea to compete with this Yibang tea, the Yibang tea's thickness and sweetness will surpass all of the Yiwu tea you have ever tasted.

This tea liquid is very soft when you sip and has a wonderful mouthfeel with a long-lasting sweet aftertaste. You will feel your whole mouth changing slowly after you drink a cup of Yibang tea.

Tea tree: Pure big tree (arbor) Pu-Erh tea

Harvest time: 2010 Spring

Picking standard: One bud with two leaves

Shape: Tight, fat, plump

Dried tea color: dark yellowish green color

Aroma: high floral aroma, and honey fragrance

Tea soup color: light yellowish green color

Taste: flowery and honey taste, strong throat feeling, smooth tea soup

Steeping vessel: Recommended Gaiwan

Steeping guidelines:

Gaiwan: 8 grams per session (180ml Gaiwan); the first several infusions should be at 92-95°C (190°F) for about 10 seconds; then the later infusions should be at about 15 seconds. Hint: pour the water around the edge of Gaiwan to avoid burning the tender tea buds - don’t pour the hot water on the tea leaves directly.

Do not use any strainer/filter to filter this tea since it is clean enough. Also, use of the strainer will greatly influence the denseness of the tea liquid.

Infusion numbers: Gaiwan: at least 16 times per session 

Net Wt.: 200 grams

For more information see Pu-erh Tea Factories and About Tribute Tea

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  • Halellujah! I needed this!

    by Bonner – May 20, 2014

    Halellujah! I needed this-you're my savior.