13' CNY Purple Clay Teapot Set
Gold Melon Tuo Tea (Post-fermented)
Originally from Yunnan, China. It is made with large leafed variety ancient tree tea leaves. These ripened tea leaves is steamed, and then pressed into melon shape. Looks like a pumpkin and give a clear and brown infusion with a full bodied, mellow and smooth aftertaste.
It is good enough for brewing right now as a soothing and health enhancing drink.
Product Origin: Yunnan China
Ingredients: Sun-dried large-leafted variety ancient tree tea leaves
Manufacturing date: 15-10-2011
Storange: Keep away from sunlight , heat and moisture.
Best Before: Can be kept for a long time under proper storage conditions
The post-fermented 'Fortune' Mini Tea Bricks processed in Yunnan, China is made with broad tea leaves. These tea leaves are steamed, and then pressed into shape, the Chinese character '福' (Fortune) on the tea brick adds to the auspicious overtone and visual pleasure. Neatly trimmed, the bricks take on a cube shaped, which give out a special vintage aroma. Full-bodied, mellow and smooth, the clear and brown infusion is a fine example of what 'ripe' tea can offer. It is an easy to drink beverage, drinking in moderation will helps eliminate grease, break down fat and lower cholesterol.
Brewing 'Fortune' Mini Tea Brick is very simple. Just add 1 brick into a mug or a teapot with a capacity of approximately 250cc. Pour in fresh boiled water at 95c for the tea leaves to unfurl and release its flavour. Pour awat the tea infusion, and add in fresh boiled water at 95c again. Infuse for about 20 seconds and it is ready to be served. it is good for several brews.
Storage Instuction: Keep away from sunlight, heat and moisture.
Tea ball is a common and popular way to use loose tea leaves to brew tea. They are a perforated infuser in which loose tea leaves are placed for steeping. A tea ball performs the same function as a tea bag. The tea ball is placed in a cup or pot of hot water, allowing the tea to brew without loose tea spilling into the pot or cup. A chain is commonly attached to the tea ball to simplify retrieval from the pot or cup.