Young raw puer "Ye Ri Sheng Cha" (that means "Beautiful Day") was picked and fabricated in early spring of 2016 in the Nannoshan mountains, one of the oldest tea regions, known since the times of Han Dynasty and located on the border between Jinghong and Menghai counties.
In the dry form it has large thin curved flagella of silver sprouts, and brownish-green leaves with long stalks. The aroma of dry tea is moderate, spicy and woody. The brew has transparent, light yellow-olive color.
The bouquet of brewed tea is light, cheerfull, bright, woody-balsamic with spicy, tobacco and pine hints. The taste is juicy, slithering, pleasantly tart, with fine acidity and freshness of mint. The aroma is calm, spicy-woody with a smoky note. Juicy, refreshing aftertaste.
Brew it with boiling water under 95-100 ° C in a gaiwan or an adobe clay teapot for raw puers. The proportion of tea to water: 4 g per 100 ml. Drink it after a quick brew slowly increasing the exposure. Braves up to 9-10 brews.
Excellent budget sheng for everyday teatime, lively and bright, rather soft and easy to brew. The effect is refreshing, tonic, briliantly positive.