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2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g

2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g
2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g 2004 Yunnan "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake,Cooked pu er Beeng Cha 357g
Brand: Pu-erh Tea
Product Code: 357g
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Name: "Tong Qing Hao" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake Pu-erh Tea 

Origin :  Yiwu, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China

State : Cooked, Ripe

Year: 2004 produced

Ingredients: 100% Organic Puer tea leaves

Grade : Good

Weight :  357 grams       

Raw Material: Yunnan Big leaf tea types

Brewing Guide: Take 3-5g from Puerh Cakes and put into Tea Pot. Brew with boiling water about one minute and drain the water (washing the tea). Then, fill with boiling water (over 90 Celsius) again to brew the tea. Pour into Tea Cups after one minute.

Pu Erh Tea...

...Stimulates your digestion,
...enhances your bowel functioning,
...reduces your hunger feeling,
...detoxicates your bowels,
...raises your combustion,
...purifies your blood,
...reduces your cholesterol,
...reinforces your immune-system,
...and reduces your bodyfat!

Pu-erh tea is one of the most famous Chinese teas. Try it, you'll get great pleasure!

Pu-erh Special Tea, known as Pu-erh Tea by people outside China, has the features below: Pu-erh tea is moderate in taste, not as strong as black tea. It can cut grease, help digestion, warm stomach, help produce saliva and slake thirst, dispel the effects of alcohol and refresh one’s mind. Pu-erh tea has functions of lowering the triglyceride, cholesterol, hyperuricemia in the body.

Pu-erh tea is processed through special fermentation by using the semi-made green tea of Yunnan large leaf tea. It is black or brown in colour. The aged Pu-erh tea is mellow and gives a sweet taste in mouth after drinking. It is an ideal health drink for both young and old people.

Pu-erh tea can be kept for a very long time, the longer you keep it the better it tastes and the higher its quality becomes. But it can not be stored air-tight or put in the moisture or close to goods with peculiar smell. It will taste best if brewing with spring water and in a Zisha (purple clay) teapot.

After entering the international market with its unique style, Pu-erh tea is welcomed by customers from different countries. Pu-erh tea has always enjoyed the good reputation of Weight-loss tea, Beauty tea, Slimming tea and Health tea.

In ancient times of China, Pu-erh Prefecture (now Pu-erh County) included Xishuangbanna, Simao and Lincang areas of Yunnan, where many famous tea mountains were located. Pu-erh was an important town in southern Yunnan and also the largest market for tea trade. Tea produced in these areas was therefore called “Pu-erh Tea”.   Pu-erh tea is made by using the tender leaves of large leaf tea as its raw material. This variety of tea has large leaves and grows high. Its inner quality is the best. Pu-erh tea can be picked almost all the year round. The best ones are those picked in the spring and autumn. According to its different processing methods, Pu-erh tea can be divided into three groups: Pu-erh special tea, Pu-erh green tea and Yunnan black tea. It also can be classified into two types by its shape: Pu-erh compressed tea and loose tea. Most of our teas are hand made and organic teas. They come from the south west mountain regions of Yunnan, where fertile soil and misty condition are suitable for growing large leaf tea. The unique traditional techniques from ancestors in tea preparing makes our teas taste different and great.

In ancient times of China, Pu-erh Prefecture (now Pu-erh County) included Xishuangbanna, Simao and Lincang areas of Yunnan, where many famous tea mountains were located. Pu-erh was an important town in southern Yunnan and also the largest market for tea trade. Tea produced in these areas was therefore called “Pu-erh Tea”.  According to historical records of China, the ethnic Pu people in Yunnan began to grow tea and served it as tribute to the emperors as early as in the Chinese Shang and Zhou Dynasties (1066 B.C.- 221 B.C.). In the West and East Han Dynasties (206 B.C.- 220 A.D.), tea was grown in river valleys and by the mountains trails of Yizhou. In the Three Kingdoms Period (220 - 280), the Nanzhong tea-seed was widely popularized. In the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907), tea produced in Xishuangbanna was marketed to Dali area and became the favorite drink of the noblemen of the Nanzhao Kingdom. In the Song Dynasty (960 - 1279), Pu-erh County became a famous market for trading tea and horses. In the Yuan Dynasty (1279 - 1368), tea had become the most important commodity in the transactions undertaken by people of all ethnic groups. In the former part of the Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1911), reputation of the Pu-erh tea reached its climax

In accordance with historical documents on Xishuangbanna, Dai people living there planted tea trees some 1,700 years ago. A tea tree planted 800 years ago is still growing on Mountain Nannuo in Menghai county of Xishuangbanna. In 1961, a large wild tea tree was discovered in the primeval forest on Mountain Dahei of Menghai county. That tea tree is 32.1 m high with a diameter of 1.03 m, and its age is over 1,700 years old. Exuberant and verdant, it still can yield quality tealeaves.

Most the tea-growing areas here are located at elevations of 2000 meters or so. The annual mean temperature ranges from 12ºC to 23 ºC, effective annual cumulative temperature is between 4,500ºC and 7,000 ºC, and annual rainfall is 1,000 to 1,900 mm. The monsoon season is concentrated in May through October, during which the rainfall constitutes about 85% of that of the whole year. The monsoon coincides with the hottest months, and there is a very high value of effective rainfall. In the dry season, which starts in November and ends in April, there are sufficient sunny days. There is adequate sunshine, and the tea trees have a long growth period. Under normal conditions, the tealeaf-plucking period may last for 8 to 9 months. The tea-growing areas are generally covered with red, yellow or brick red soils with the pH value ranging between 4 to 6. Comparing with other major tea producing countries, the climate of southern Yunnan is more suitable for growing tea trees.

 

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