2009 Menghai First Grade Spring
- Tasting experience
- About the tea
- Brew guide
Notes of relaxation and good mood, with an aroma of camphor and dried mushrooms.
Menghai County, Yunnan province, China.
Pu-Erh comes from the Yunnan province in China, where the land is dark and rich, with big leaf tea trees. Pu-Erh is special because, unlike other teas, it is aged through a natural fermentation process. Thus, it is an excellent digestive, lowers your cholesterol levels, and uplifts your mood. 😄
Our 2009 Menghai Spring was aged in a warehouse in specific conditions, to give it its smooth, rich flavor with malty aromas. When brewed, the tea shows an underlying sweetness, clarity of flavor, and a complex finish. Enjoy this tea with a big book in your hands on a warm rainy day. 📖
Per cup: 1 tsp 100°C 3 minutesYou can infuse this Pu-Erh tea up to 12 times with shorter steeps.
We recommend you brew it ‘gong fu style’, using more leaf and shorter steep times, of around 20 seconds.
75 brews per pack | CHF 0.33 per brew