This tea was made by order of MoyChay.ru company from spring shoots of hundred-years-old tea trees growing in Ulyanshan mountains (West part of autonomous district Jingdong, prefecture Pu'er).
357 g teacake of medium density, broken effortlessly with fingers. The aroma of dry tea is intense, woody-balsamic with a wine note. The infusion has a rich chestnut hue.
The bouquet of ready tea is bright, multi-layered, nutty-balsamic with notes of damp earth, autumn leaves, wood resins, herbs and figs. The taste is strong, very rich, smooth, slightly tart, slightly bitter with sourness of dried berries. The fragrance is intense, complex, fruity-balsamic. A long rich aftertaste.
Preparation: brew with boiling hot water (95-100°C) in a gaiwan or a teapot made of porous clay for Shu Pu'er. The proportion is 5 g per 100 ml. Use pouring brewing method (pour hot water through the leaves, gradually extending exposure time). The leaves last for up to 12 brews.
An excellent Shu grade with a bright juicy flavour and an energetic tonic effect, with a high potential for aging and maturing.