"Huangpeng" means the lower "yellow leaf". These are leaves are are picked from tea trees growing in the wild rainforest, but they are not suitable for premium quality raw puer.
The dried tea consists of very long twisted grayish-brown and olive leaves. The aroma of dried tea is gentle and woody. The clear liquor is light yellow-olive.
The bouquet of brewed tea is fresh, light, woody and camphor with fruity notes. The aroma is calm and woody. The taste is juicy, silky, enough strong and pleasantly astringent. The refreshing aftertaste is lemon-mint.
Huangpeng is brewed with boiled water of 95 ° C in gaiwan or yixing teapot for raw puers. Take 5-6 grams of tea leaves per 100 ml vessel. Make quick infusions and increase the infusion time gradually. It goes 8-9 infusions.
This is vivid and juicy, light raw puer for everyday tea time. It has a refreshing, light toning effect.