Puer (Shu) Guntin “Palace” 2006
This Puerh type is called Shu Puer Guntin Sancha Gong Ting San Cha. This name can be translated as “palace tea” Puerh. It is made from buds. Specifically, the bud and two tiny leaves covering this bud. They are removed from the tea bush if they are still less than 1 cm long. And further processed by classical tea preparation technology. In the final stage, is not compressed into pancakes, but carefully dried and sprinkled so that it does not stick together. At output, we get millions of small and tight dried buds and amazing flavors. Of course, this puer is incredibly time consuming in the collection stage. And its price is higher than the usual Shu Puer price. This tea is considered a luxury among the Puer. That’s where the name comes from. The aroma of dry tea is surprisingly dense. There are many land and wood aromas.
Thanks to natural fermentation, the puffs contain unsurpassed levels of useful substances (polyphenols, catechins, caffeine, teain, vitamins). Therefore, their use for healing purposes is widespread. In China, they are usually sold in pharmacies and are considered to treat 100 diseases. The most common feature of these roads is the acceleration of metabolism, which helps to lose weight. Continuous drinking of Shu Puerh helps to achieve incredible results in slimming. Every Chinese who looks after her appearance regularly drinks Shu Puerh, that’s why most of them are so slender. To get a better effect, you need to drink them every day and you will not even notice how you take several orders of weight down in just a few weeks. Shu Puerh works toning, stimulating.
You should take a small teapot of 150-300 ml and add 5-7 grams of tea (one tablet or one teaspoon). The teapot should then be heated to 95-100 degrees Celsius. The first thing to do is “rinse” the tea by pouring boiling water on it and pouring it out immediately. The first draw is boiled 95-100 degrees hot water. Expect one minute and then pour the prepared puerh dish. Each subsequent tensile time must be increased by half a minute, ie the tide should be kept in the water for 3 minutes (1 + 0.5 + 0.5 + 0.5 + 0.5). Good Puerh holds up to 10 brews. Shen Puerh gives a bright, semi-gloss, is dark, thick, opaque color.
Lilla Puer contains more selenium than other types of tea.
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Taste: fresh and transparent, without bitterness and astringency.
Color: Brewed tea is light brown in color with purple tinge
Aroma: floral and small hay and honey
Weight per package: 50 grams Type: Shu Puerh Origin: Yunnan Province Taste: Soft, plum Color: Dark brownish Aroma: Peat, moss and autumn leaves, sauna, woody notes Collected: 2017 Party No: Lot. ZX18020-3 Labeling of organic products: EE-ÖkO-02
Weight of one package: 50 grams Type: White (Puer) Taste: sweet and bitter notes of fruit and almond Color: clear and clean Aroma: Aroma of thick greenery and buds
If you haven't tried Puerh tea yet, it's the perfect choice to get started!
Weight of one package: 50 grams
Type: Organic Puer Un fermented
Origin: Yunnan Province
Taste: dense, soft and harmonious
Aroma: peach, birch, honey and dried fruits
Color: clear to reddish
Party No: Lot. ZX18008
Organic Labeling: EE-ÖkO-02
If you haven’t tried Puerh tea yet, it’s the perfect choice to get started!
Weight of one package: 50 grams Type: Puer Unfermented Origin: Yunnan Province Taste: dense, soft and harmonious Aroma: peach, birch, honey and dried fruits Color: clear to reddish