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Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift
Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift

Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift

Product Code 1101010530
RM100.00

RM280.00

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Package Included: Zi Qi Dong Lai tea gift set features premium teas from Purple Cane’s very own Malaysian Storage, including the 20 years++ Zi Yin Aged Green Puer Loose-Leaf Tea (20g); along with three ripe Puer teas, namely 2004 Zi Yun Round Tea, 2008 Zi Yun Round Tea and 2010 Purple Cane Round tea, weighing 60g each. Ideal for gifting, it is great for both immediate consumption, and extended storage for delayed gratification.

Zi Qi Dong Lai 4 in 1 Puer Tea Gift

Product Introduction

An auspicious qi of purple wafting in from the east.

Wafting in from the East, an auspicious qi of purple heralds the arrival of good fortune and blessings; Originating from the East, our premium Purple Label is a fine offering for blessed tea connoisseurs.

<Zi Qi Dong Lai> tea gift set features premium teas from Purple Cane’s very own Malaysian Storage, including the 20 years++ <Zi Yin> Aged Green Puer Loose-Leaf Tea (20g); along with three ripe Puer teas, namely 2004 <Zi Yun> Round Tea, 2008 <Zi Yun> Round Tea and 2010 <Purple Cane> Round tea, weighing 60g each. Ideal for gifting, it is great for both immediate consumption, and extended storage for delayed gratification.

Life is filled with laughter and tears, and happiness and sorrow. Purple Cane is committed to accompany you through life’s ups and downs -- let our teas infuse your days with flavour and aftertaste that you truly relish.

Product Origin: Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large- leafed variety tea leaves
Tea Type: Puer Tea

Brewing Hints:

Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled. Pour in fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃ and drain the tea infusion immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew, For second brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extrac the full flavour, Pour and serve. It is good for several brews.Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.

Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour

Purple Label Green Puer Tea Year 2000

It has been 30 years since Purple Cane began cultivating its tea business. To commemorate this journey, we are introducing the 'Purple Label', which has matured beautifully into a premium tea with a wonderfully rich flavour, thanks to the extended storage. It is named as such to pay tribute to the vintage 'Red Lable' teas.
Raw leaves were harvested from trees of the broad-leaf species from the contamination-free, zero-pollution high-altitude tea plantation in Yunnan province, China. The sun-dried green leaves underwent the traditional steamed-and-compressed process. The finished tea cakes were placed in Purple Cane's own storage in Malaysia at the beginning of 2000. Having undergone natural ageing over time, the tea has transformed into an exquisite beverage that is full-bodied and mellow. 'Purple Label' is steeped in history and culture, creating not just values but also a legend. It is a befitting icon of Malaysian Storage Puer.

Product Origin: Yunnan, China.
Ingredient: Sun-dried large- leafed variety tea leaves.
weight: pack 10g x2

Brewing Hints:

Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled. Pour in fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃ and drain the tea infusion immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew, For second brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extrac the full flavour, Pour and serve. It is good for several brews.Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.

Zi Yun Compressed Round Tea Year 2004

Originating from Yunnan, China, Zi Yun Compressed Round Tea is made from tea leaves of superior quality. Neatly shaped, its reddish-brown tea leaves give a dark red and clear infusion with a distinct aged wood aroma. The unique flavour is mellow, velvety smooth and rich, with a hint of sweet aftertaste. It is a mild and pleasant drink,ideal for daily consumption.

Product Origin: Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large- leafed variety tea leaves
Weight: 60g/pack

Brewing Hints:

Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled. Pour in fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃ and drain the tea infusion immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew, For second brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extrac the full flavour, Pour and serve. It is good for several brews.Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.

Zi Yun Compressed Round Tea Year 2008 

Originating from Yunnan, China, Zi Yun Compressed Round Tea is made from tea leaves of superior quality. Neatly shaped, the reddish-brown tea leaves give a crystal-clear, coppery-red infusion with a woody notes and aroma of dates. The unique flavour is pleasantly mellow, velvety smooth and rich, with a hint of sweet aftertaste. Zi Yun Compressed Round Tea helps eliminate body fat and promote longer life. Ideal for daily consumption or further ageing.

Product Origin: Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large- leafed variety tea leaves
Weight: 60g/pack

Brewing Hints:

Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled. Pour in fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃ and drain the tea infusion immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew, For second brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extrac the full flavour, Pour and serve. It is good for several brews.Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.

Purple Cane Round Tea Year 2010

Originally from Yunnan, China. The selected sun-dried large-leafed variety raw green tea "mao cha" is taken through labourious pile-fermentation process called "wo dui" before it is steamed and compressed into a round shape cakes. Neatly shaped, its reddish-brown tea leaves give a dark red and clear infusion with a distinct aged wood aroma. The unique flavour is mellow, velvety smooth and rich, with a hint of sweet aftertaste. It is a mild and pleasant drink,ideal for daily consumption.

Product Origin: Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large- leafed variety tea leaves
Weight: 60g/pack

Brewing Hints:

Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled. Pour in fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃ and drain the tea infusion immediately. First brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew, For second brew, refill the brewing vessel with fresh boiled water at 85℃-95℃, steep for approximately 30 Seconds to extrac the full flavour, Pour and serve. It is good for several brews.Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.

Storage: Keep away from heat sunlight, moisture and odour.

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