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Yunnan Pu'er Tea Mengku Icelandic Ancient Tree Raw Tea 1000g Tea Brick Aged Pu'er Tea Green Tea

Yunnan Pu'er Tea Mengku Icelandic Ancient Tree Raw Tea 1000g Tea Brick Aged Pu'er Tea Green Tea

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Yunnan Pu'er Tea Mengku Icelandic Ancient Tree Raw Tea 1000g Tea Brick Aged Pu'er Tea Green Tea

Product Name: Icelandic Ancient Tree (Ancient Tree Raw Tea)
Raw material: Yunnan Large-leaved Sun-blue Maocha
Origin: Yunnan, China
Tea production process: raw tea
Storage conditions: clean, ventilated, dry, protected from light, no odour, no pollution
Product Category: Raw Tea
Specification: 1000g
Storage Period: Preserved under conforming storage conditions, the more it ages, the more fragrant it becomes

Iceland (also known locally as "Pingdao") is a famous ancient tea-producing village in Shuangjiang County, famous for producing Icelandic Big Leaf tea, one of the first places in the county where tea trees were cultivated artificially. The Icelandic tea variety is a major component of the famous Mengku Big Leaf variety, and Icelandic village is the main birthplace of the Mengku tea variety. There is a long history of tea production in the area, with written records dating back to the Ming Dynasty (around 1485), while unwritten legends predate it. There are different accounts of the origin of Icelandic tea: one is that it was "introduced from the ancient tea mountains of Banna" by the local Tusi, and the other is that it was introduced from elsewhere.

Characteristics: fragrant, soft, luscious, with a long lasting sweetness, delicate tea broth, richly layered, crystal clear soup colour, pure and lingering aroma, soft taste, sweetness and long lasting brewability.



Characteristics of Icelandic Pu-erh Tea: Icelandic tea has fat, large leaves and the colour of the tea green is generally brownish-black. Apart from its health value, the aroma is an important factor in the praise Icelandic tea receives. Some people describe Icelandic tea as a woman's tea, which is probably related to the aroma.









We source tea leaf directly from reputable farmers and control every part of production chain in order to provide customers with a wide
range of affordable high quality natural loose leaf and pressed teas.

Can be brewed in any way you like. We advice to start with tea-water ratio about 1:100, water temperature – just of the boil, total brewing
time 3-4 min.
We found it to be most suitable for following brewing methods:
Teapot with sifter
French press
Pour over
Clever Dripper.

Ripe pu-erh wet-pile fermentation process takes up to 60 days and involves microorganisms, so ripe pu-erh taste profile differs from taste
of other types of teas. A bit earthy taste is a part of pu-erh taste profile.
Please remember that short-time (10-20 sec) warming up (or rinsing) stage is needed while brewing pressed tea. We would also
recommend to crush mini cake evenly for better rinsing and faster brewing process.
Ripe pu-erh tea should be brewed with water just boiled (208-212°F).
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