Purple Cane Zheng He Er Hao Ripe Puer Tea Year 2011 Yunnan (±357g)Product Code 1101009490
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Zheng He Er Hao Ripe Puer Tea Year 2011 Yunnan is Ripe Puer tea. Product origin from Yunnan, China. This product is Spring Tea of year 2011, net weight ±357g per pc.
Zheng He Er Hao Ripe Puer Tea Year 2011 Yunnan
Cheng Ho (Zheng He), originally Ma He, was a member of the Hui ethnic group born in Kunyang of Yunnan. The young Cheng Ho (Zheng He) was appointed by Ming Emperor Cheng Zu as an envoy, commanding a series of seven naval expeditions to the "Western Oceans". A great navigator and diplomat, Cheng Ho (Zheng He) helped build diplomatic ties, extend the influence of China and spread goodwill throughout the regions his missions had reached. Historical records picture Cheng Ho (Zheng He) as a person of grace and inclusiveness - personal attributes that match those of tea.
Tea promotes peace and harmony. It is a beverage that celebrates collective good and prosperity. Paying homepage to history and the human spirit, and commemorating an important chapter of a golden era, Purple Cane has named this hand-picked Puer tea cake "Cheng Ho (Zheng He) No. 2".
Originating from Menghai of Yunnan, China, this compressed tea is made of selected large variety of fresh leaves. The sun-dried raw tea underwent the traditional pile-fermentation process before being steamed and compressed into a round disc from. The reddish brown tea cake has a neat, uniform appearance. It gives a bright coppery infusion with a unique aged aroma and a rounded mouthfeel. The mellow and smooth brew is a great everyday beverage that benefits our health and gives rise to a general sense of well-being.
Product Origin: Menghai, Yunnan Province, China
Ingredient: Broad-leaf variety sun-dried raw tea
Year of Production: 2011 Spring
Tea Type: Ripe Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Bright Coppery
Fragrance: Unique aged aroma and a rounded mouthfeel
Taste: Mellow, smooth and a rounded mouthfeel
Brewing The Perfect Cup
Tea Ware Selected: Purple clay or porcelain teapot
Amount of Tea: Break off a well-sized portion of tea leaves from the tea cake, add to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled.
Water Temperature: >95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: 1st brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for unfurl and moisten tea leaves, it helps develop the full flavour of the tea for a satisfying brew. For 2nd brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at >95°C, steep for approximately 30 seconds to extract the full flavour. Pour and Serve. It is good for several brews. Re-steeping the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeped until it is exhausted of flavour.
Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour