Aged & fermented for five years, this Shou or “cooked” style Puerh produces the classic earthy, woody taste often associated with Puerh teas, yet is still smooth and comforting. One pearl alone can flavor up to 24 oz. of water and can be used for multiple infusions.
Tasting Notes: Smooth, woody, earthy
Fun Fact: Compressing tea leaves into balls or pearls is a classic Chinese method of providing a visual delight as the leaves unfurl and blossom while steeping.
How to Brew: Cover one pearl with boiling water (212°F) for 45 seconds, discard the liquid, then steep with boiled water for 5 minutes.