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Pu-Erh pressed Chinese red tea Beeng Cha – 100g

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The taste is soft, earthy and mild – in short, the classic so-called dark Pu erh tea cake from China. Beeng Cha – Shu Pu erh tea came from Yunnan. The classics include both flavors and aromas, yet a unique red tea for the delight of true tea lovers. Its specialty is its spring picking…

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Pu-Erh pressed Chinese red tea Beeng Cha – 100g from Yunnan.

The taste is soft, earthy and mild – in short, the classic so-called dark Pu erh tea cake from China. Beeng Cha – Shu Pu erh tea came from Yunnan. The classics include both flavors and aromas, yet a unique red tea for the delight of true tea lovers. Its specialty is its spring picking, which makes it a representative of the darker Puerh teas. Its 100 gram package breaks with the 357g standard for larger tea cakes. This way we can always start fresh units by pulling fresh tea again and again. Buying this tea is an opportunity for the most enjoyable tea passion. It is easy to make, but the first pour should always be just a few seconds long and pour it out after filtration. This process is otherwise called the tea awakening step.

 

Preparation proposal:

Use 3-6g of tea leafs for a cup of tea. Allow the tea water to cool slightly (to about 90 ° C). Pour the tea with the ready-made tea water and let it stand for 40 to 60 seconds – then strain it and consume it without flavoring, enjoying the natural flavors and special aromas.

In summer, it can also be consumed as warm but iced tea to positively influence the feeling of heat. In its mood, it is also called autumn tea, but it is also an ideal comfort zone tea in winter.

If someone is looking for another liquid instead of coffee, then in general any Pu-erh tea is an excellent choice!

Category: Pu-erh tea (fermented red tea)

Recommended preparation temperature: ~ 90°C with water

Soaking time: 40 – 60 sec

Difficulty level of preparation: Easy even for beginners

 

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