Bu Lang Wang Zi (Prince Tribute) Green Puer Cake 2011 357g

Bu Lang Wang Zi (Prince Tribute) Green Puer Cake 2011 357g

The Bu Lang people live in the higher regions of the Jing Mai mountain range, and tea is extremely important to their physical and spiritual lives. We purchased this tea cake from the prince of the Bu Lang people, Su Guo Wei, and his signature can be seen on the wrapper of each cake. This tea was picked from 200-300 year old tea trees growing wild in the forest. The flavor is rich and robust, with the distinctive complexity of tea from ancient tea trees.

Region: Jing Mai, Yunnan Province, China

Grade: Weight per piece: 357 grams

How to store: Store in a dark, well ventilated area with less than 70% humidity. Less than 25 degrees C or 77 degrees F. Store in the paper or fabric, not plastic. Keep away from odors and fragrances.

How to infuse: Any cup, pot, or gaiwan made of porcelain, glass, yixing clay, iron, or other material will work.

Brewing Guidelines: 1st infusion -- Loosen and gently break off about 5 grams of tea from the brick for approx. 12 ounces water. Use boiling water (212 degrees F) and infuse for 2 minutes. 2nd infusion -- Boiling water, infuse for 2 minutes 3rd infusion -- Boiling water, infuse for 3-5 minutes 4th to 7th (or more) infusions -- Boiling water, infuse for 5 minutes Infusions: 7 or more times

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prince tribute puer cake wrapped
prince tribute puer cake unwrapped
prince tribute puer cake cupping
prince tribute puer cake leaf configuration
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