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Light aromatic flavour capable of withstanding 3/4 infusionsReview by Philip
This was my first taste of Puerh tea and it was an excellent 'starter.' It has a light, aromatic flavour and is capable of withstanding 3 or 4 infusions without losing colour or flavour. I was impressed with Canton Tea Company 's swift responses to my questions via email and my order arrived within 48 hours. Very impressed by the quality of the tea and Canton Tea Company. I shall definitely order more products.(Posted on 11/28/14)
Earthy and mild.Review by Rob
I found this to be a fairly tame but nonetheless rewarding tea. The liquor is a light brown and the leaves will withstand a good three or four brews before losing much potency. The characteristic 'earthiness' of pu-erh is definitely present but without the more powerful notes of some varieties. For me, this was rather disappointing, but if you are new to tea and want to try a pu-erh I would suggest this one. It has some of the sweeter flavours of lighter oolongs.(Posted on 4/2/13)
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Ali tells about the science behind rare and highly sought after Yunnan Purple Bud Varietal, used in the making of this De Hong Ye Sheng Puerh.
|Harvesting Area||Mangshi Township of Dehong prefecture|
|Varietal||Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze var. assamica (J. Masters) Kitam.|
|Leaf Appearance||Varied size and length leaves with some buds|
|Tasting Notes||Exceptionally smooth and almost completely without bitterness|
|Quick Brewing Instructions||Use the gongfu style. A small teapot (or small amount of water) with 3-4 g of tea and hot water: 95°C (203°F) infused for just 20 secs. Reinfuse at least 6 times.
Read more about Puerh Tea in Canton Tea School.