Pu-erh Wuliang Green

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Green Tea
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Pu Erh Tea
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
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From Adagio Teas

The ancient wild tea trees of Wuliang mountain in JIngDong, Pu’erh are the source of this leggy leaf green pu’erh tea. The name Wuliang means ‘infinity’ and indeed this tea can hold up to its namesake with a sucession of seemingly endless infusions. The tea trees are at about 1600 meters in elevation and easily 100 years old. In the cup you will find, a smoothness making this an easy brew with notes of white grape and hints of tangy apricot. Quite suitable for gaiwan brewing and long tea sessions.

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