2016 Nan Nuo Shan 100g CakeEvery Day Teas
A good choice for a daily drinker. Some papery notes coming in on the front end showing that it is starting to age. Balanced with notes of bitter greens and dried papaya. Slight huigan (returning sweentess, used to refer to the lingering sweetness found in the back of the throat) and a good kick.
Origin: Ban Po Xin Zhai, Xishuangbanna Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China
Brewing Suggestions: This tea is best enjoyed when drank in a gongfu style, using a porcelain gaiwan or semi porous pot. Teapot brewing instructions are also available below.
Heat water to boiling (212F/100C). 10g of tea per 6oz of water. Rinse tea before first steep. First steep for 10-20 seconds. Add 5-10 seconds for each additional steep.
We recommend using spring or filtered water. Heat to 195F/90C. Use 2.5g / 1.5 tsp of tea for 12 oz of water. Steep 5-7 minutes.
Storage: All of our Puers are stored in a temperature and humidity controlled space. The humidity is at 70% and the temperature is at 70F. Fresh air is circulated through a ventilation system and teas are checked on 3-4 times a week.
After purchasing any of our Puers, we recommend you giving the tea at least a few days to settle after you have received it before drinking it.