vintage ripe (1994)

Type: Ripe Pu’Er / Origin: Nannuo Mountain, Yunnan, China / Harvest: Autumn 1994

Tastes Like: Woody camphor, mellow, earthy

Why We Love It: This ripe pu’er tea has been aged in Guangzhou for over a decade. It’s age has given it an even, relaxed, and mellow vibe that is perfect for when you don’t want dinner with loved ones to end. It is a delicious digestif, and its camphor scent is soothing to the throat. This pu’er has been aged loose, not in cake form.

Size: 30 grams / Brew Guide: Steep 4 grams in 8 ounces of 212F water for 3-4 minutes. Can re-steep 2-3 times. Or gong fu brew.