Foojoy Yunnan Tribute Pu-Erh Tea

4 ounce/tin
MW Code:
2972
Availability: In Stock
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This Foojoy Pu-Erh is aged for many years,producing a distinctive earthy flavor,bold and assertive.This unique aged tea has long been a favorite in southern china.

We recommend using clay or porcelain tea ware. Rinse tea cup and teapot with hot water. Use about of tea leaves 1-2 teaspoons for every cup of water. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 203°F (95°c) for 1-2 minutes for the first and second brewing. Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing. Oolong tea is a favorite among Gong Fu tea drinkers. This is a widely used method of brewing oolongs in Taiwan and China. The Gong Fu method utilizes a small brewing vessel, such as a gaiwan or Yixing clay teapot, with a large tea to water ratio. Multiple short steeps of 20 seconds to 1 minute are done and are often served in one to two ounce tasting cups.

If you find that your tea tastes bitter, and requires milk, sugar, or lemon to counteract the bitterness, we recommend adjusting with shorter steeping times, lower temperature water, or less amount of tea leaves.

Water for Tea: Cold, clear, pure water, is recommended, and tap water, especially hard water, is to be avoided. Fresh spring water is ideal. Filtered water is also desirable. Hard water or strong tasting water will obliterate even the most delicious tea.

Foojoy Yunnan Tribute Pu-Erh Tea

Other Product Names: 宮廷雲南普洱茶

Product Notes:

This Foojoy Pu-Erh is aged for many years,producing a distinctive earthy flavor,bold and assertive.This unique aged tea has long been a favorite in southern china.

We recommend using clay or porcelain tea ware. Rinse tea cup and teapot with hot water. Use about of tea leaves 1-2 teaspoons for every cup of water. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 203°F (95°c) for 1-2 minutes for the first and second brewing. Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing. Oolong tea is a favorite among Gong Fu tea drinkers. This is a widely used method of brewing oolongs in Taiwan and China. The Gong Fu method utilizes a small brewing vessel, such as a gaiwan or Yixing clay teapot, with a large tea to water ratio. Multiple short steeps of 20 seconds to 1 minute are done and are often served in one to two ounce tasting cups.

If you find that your tea tastes bitter, and requires milk, sugar, or lemon to counteract the bitterness, we recommend adjusting with shorter steeping times, lower temperature water, or less amount of tea leaves.

Water for Tea: Cold, clear, pure water, is recommended, and tap water, especially hard water, is to be avoided. Fresh spring water is ideal. Filtered water is also desirable. Hard water or strong tasting water will obliterate even the most delicious tea.

Packaging: 4 ounce/tin

Barcode: 083094036513

Case Packaging: 6 Tin

Chinese Name: 宮廷雲南普洱茶

Chinese Brand: 福字®

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