Raw Puer Tea | Sheng Yun Hao 盛云号 Year 2021
Yunnan Province, Xishuangbanna, Menghai |Sun-dried Large-leaf Variety Tea Leaves |357g ±| 2021| Puer Tea| Golden Yellow | Refreshing| Layered, Strong Aftertaste
Purple Cane has launched a new commemorative tea cake to mark the 34th anniversary of its launch into the tea business. Using Dian Qing (literally Yunnan green) as the raw material, the tea was made according to the long tradition of Puer production in the Yunnan Province by way of a rigorous process. Named Sheng Yun Hao, it is a premium Yunnan tea perfect for extended storage. Sheng Yun Hao is made of meticulously-picked fresh leaves harvested from the Menghai Tea Region in Yunnan's Xishuangbanna. The leaves were custom-blended before being steam-pressed into neat and solid tea cakes weighing 357 grams each. Taking as it is, the golden infusion is crisp and refreshing with pronounced aroma.The velvety mouth feel is complemented by a complex flavour profile and a subtle, long finish. Exquisitely-crafted, Sheng Yun Hao is ideal for extended storage to benefit from the wonderful transformation over time. Specially presented to commemorate the tea journey of Purple Cane, Sheng Yun Hao is a worthy addition to your collection of hallmarked teas of superior quality.
Break off a well-sized portion of tea leaves from the tea cake, add to brewing vessel until ¼ filled. Pour in freshly boiled water at 85°C-95°C and drain the tea infusion immediately. 1st brew is not for drinking, the purpose is for the tea leaves to unfurl and moisten. This helps release the full flavour of tea for a satisfying brew.
The full name of Xishuangbanna is Yunnan Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture (西双版纳傣族自治州). It locate at the south of Yunnan Province. The Six Famous Tea Mountains all locate in the Xishuangbanna. It is divided into 3 Counties, Menghai County (勐海县) on the left, Jinghong County (景洪市) in the middle and the Mengla County (勐腊县) on the right. The borders of Xishuangbanna join Burma and Laos. Because of its ideal climate, majority of the popular Chinese Puer tea is mainly grown and produces in Xishuangbanna.
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