2000 Gu Green Mark Qi Zi Bing Cha

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Round cake of Pu Er tea from the Xishuangbanna region in the Yunnan province of China. Presented in its original packaging, it consists of several compressed layers of black Pu Er.
To prepare this tea, break or crumble off the quantity of tea required for infusion and place it in a teapot or Zhong. Next, pour freshly boiled water over the tea and infuse as normal.

During the infusion, the leaves will gradually separate and release their aromas. Like all Pu Er teas, Qi Zi Bing Cha is characterised by woody, damp notes, reminiscent of moss, undergrowth and earth …It features a very harmonious and round note, supported by a more mineral fragrance.

Allowing the tea to infuse for 5 minutes will further develop the tea’s animal character (leather). Slightly sweet, the liquor is smooth and supple; its woody-liquorice note is particularly long in the mouth.
With its unusual appearance, this tea will seduce Pu Er enthusiasts, thanks to the mildness of its aromas.

Diameter: 18.5 cm
Net weight: 340g

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