Pu-erh Tea - Aging Property Comparison Premium Raw Pu’erh Tea
Pu-erh Tea - Aging Property Comparison Premium Raw Pu’erh Tea

Aging Property Comparison Premium Raw Pu'erh Tea Sampler

 
$ 87.00

This sampler contains four differently aged Pu'erh teas from Yiwu mountain and Bulang mountain, Xishuangbanna prefecture. Each tea is curated with the typical aging characteristics from 1 year to 8 years, 14 years, and 24 years thus providing distinct taste profiles. If you are interested in deeply understanding the aging properties of Pu-erh tea, this sampler is a great way to go. 

  • Includes four premium arbor tree Pu-erh teas of 15g each, good for two standard gongfu tea brewing sessions. 
  • Each tea is packed in a foil re-sealable pouch for maximum protection and convenient storage.
  • Each gongfu tea session makes approximately 15 cups. 

2023 Hua Zhu Liang Zi Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Tea - This tea is from the famous Hua Zhu Liang Zi area at the summit of Xishuangbanna prefecture, Yunnan province. This one-year-old young sheng Pu-erh tea is very aromatic, smooth, full-bodied, very juicy with a complex flavor, and produces a satisfying cup. 

2015 Yiwu Zhen Shan Raw Pu-erh Tea  – After 8 years aging, this tea has developed a vibrancy with a mellow, smooth, fruity, and a creamy, juicy sweet aftertaste. It demonstrates the fruitier side of Yiwu mountain tea. 

2009 Pristine Zi Chun Raw Pu-erh  – After 14 years aging, this middle-aged Pu-erh tea has transformed into a new wonderland of flavor for the discerning palate. It is slightly smoky, very fruity, has great huigan (saliva-producing), and is a manifestation of a good quality tea on its way to excellent aging. 

 1999 Vintage Yiwu Zhen Shan Sheng Pu-erh -  Time has its essence. This tea has transformed with the properties of aging that entices your palate and body to deep satisfaction. The very noticeable "Jing Sheng" or ginseng flavor, yet a smooth and robust taste is a demonstration of why Pu-erh tea is great for aging, truly exemplifying the  aesthetic that, for Pu-erh, the older the tea, the better the taste.