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- Chinese: 2006 nián pǔ ěr suì yín zǐ
- Translation: 2006 Y Pu'er Tea Fossil
- Type: Shu Puerh
- Cultivar: Puerh
- Origin: Menghai, Yunnan
- Harvest Date: 2006/05/26
- Storage Methods: Sealing、Moistureproof、Avoid light
- To brew an old tea head with a purple clay pot, the ratio of tea to water is about 1:20, that is to say, for a 120cc purple clay pot, you can take 6 grams of tea.
- Cooking Method: When cooking tea, the ratio of tea to water is about 1:80.
Pour cold water into the pot and boil it to drink.
When pouring out the soup, keep 1/3 of the tea soup, add hot water and cook for 2~3 minutes.
Loved that it has a variety of flavors and that they are all clearly identified on the description card that is included in the package. Each tuocha is a little surprise and gives about 5-6 good (1-cup) brews.
I am an avid tea drinker. I am considered to be very knowledgeable on all facets of teas from around the world, tea ware, etc. it’s a passion of mine. These tuo cha disks are perfect little single use for my gaiwans. They’re so convenient. I now bring them to work with me. What blew me away the most, was the lavender ones!!! I’m in love!!! The flavor is amazing. I have been looking online to try and grab them in bulk, but can’t find just lavender tuo’s anywhere. I would love for this company to offer single flavors as well. Other than that, which is an easy added benefit for them, this tea variety sampler is an absolute winner! Every flavor is on point, true to its name/variety. Each tea has been processed correctly (no stale, moldy , or fishy hints). In my opinion, these are a great product, especially for this price. Thank you so much for putting these out there for everyone to enjoy!!!!