Using the right amount of puerh tea is important to brew the perfect cup. This article discusses how much puerh tea you need when brewing western-style or when following the Chinese Tea Ceremony.
I tasted a 2018 Lao Ban Zhang Old Trees brick from Puerh.uk and it was a delicious tea. It looked like Champagne and tasted fruity. Definitely a nice tea!
The 2011 Bada Gushu Sheng is a gentle and pleasant tea. It’s bittersweet with hints of red fruits and a tiny bit of incense towards the finish.
The 2006 Jinggu Purple Dragon Ball is an aged purple tea. It has strong notes of ripe summer fruits and some incense at the start of longer infusions.
Caffeine in puerh tea is up for debate because there is no straightforward answer. The amount of caffeine in puerh tea depends on several factors.
The 2014 Menghai Sheng Puerh Tuocha from Cha Moods is a fruity tea with a long-lasting aftertaste. It’s the perfect tea to drink on a hot summer’s day.
The 2006 Xi Zi Hao Ban Po Lao Zhai from Puerh.uk is a tea with an impressive energy and flavors that remind me of sweet and exotic summer fruits.
The 2001 Yichang Raw Yiwu from Yee on Tea is a fantastic aged sheng puerh full of sweet camphor. Camphor is present in the infusion and in the aftertaste.
Pu-erh tea has become more popular but why is it so expensive? This article discusses the main reasons why you have to spend quite a bit to buy pu-erh tea.
Pu-erh tea is very popular but it can be challenging to brew it. This article offers a complete guide with detailed instructions on how to brew pu-erh tea.
The difference between sheng and shou pu-erh is artificial fermentation. Shou pu-erh is artificially fermented during production to speed up the aging process.
Finding the best clay for sheng pu-erh is something that can be challenging for people who are new to pu-erh tea. This article discusses the different options.
Pu-erh tea has been drunk for centuries and there are various reasons why people like it so much. This article offers an overview of the main reasons.
The 2012 Jingmai Gushu Dragon Ball from Xin An Chu is a complex tea. It offers a combination of bitter, sweet and fruity with a long-lasting aftertaste.