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[-FREE One (1) box Yun Shu Wang Green Puer Tea Year 2022 (500g) worth MYR 235 with purchase of every stack of Yun Shu Wang Green Puer Tea Year 2022
-FREE One (1) stack Yun Shu Wang Green Puer Tea Year 2022 worth MYR 1645 with purchase of every carton of Yun Shu Wang Green Puer Tea Year 2022
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Originating from the tea region of Mengku in the Yunnan Province, China. These premium tea leaves were harvested from tea trees of the large-leafed species. Only tender tea leaves of early spring are used. These go through a stringent process to become sun-dried raw loose tea leaves, which, upon steaming and compressing become compressed round tea cakes. Yun Shu Wang green puer tea cakes look stout with pronounced leaves, yielding golden tea infusion with refreshing aroma. The tea is noted for its brisk smooth and mellow flavour with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste. Yun Shu Wang green puer tea cakes promise the best of both worlds- it is good enough for brewing right now; meanwhile, it ages well and continues to mellow, giving a rich and satisfying brew for a long time to come.
RM235.00 RM 155.00
Stack (7 Pieces)
RM1645.00 RM 1055.00
Carton (42 Pieces)
RM9870.00 RM 6125.00
Hailed from the wild tea region of the Bing Dao, Mengku, Yunnan, China, large-leafed variety tea leaves are only plucked in early spring from the ancient tea trees more than hundreds of years old. The tea leaves are sun-dried, steamed and compressed into 500g green puer tea cakes. The stout strips of tea leaves covered by fine pekoe give a clear, golden infusion, ideal for consume immediately to enjoy its light and refreshing aroma. The body of tea infusion is thick and comes with very strong energy "qi". These tea cake’s taste improves over time, it can be kept and aged to achieve a mellower, smoother and more complex flavours. Purple Cane recognizes this wonderful tea as "Yun Pin Hao – Ancient Tree Tea from the Bing Dao".
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.
For 2nd brew, refill the brewing vessel with about 30 Seconds to extract the full flavour. Pour and Serve. It is good for several brews. Re-steep the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeping until the leaves are exhausted of flavour.
The tea originated from the wild tea tree growing region of Daxueshan (the great snowy mountain) in Mengku area of Yunnan Province, China. The region has the most densely growing broad-leaf tea tree clusters at the highest altitude among the world’s known tea growing areas. The trees are characterised as wild ancient tea trees of the broad-leaf varietal.
Raw leaves were plucked in early spring from ancient tea trees several hundred years old. Harvested leaves were sun-cured, steamed and compressed into 500-gram raw tea cakes. The stout strips of tealeaves covered by fine hair give a clear golden infusion that imparts light and refreshing aroma. A flavourful and lively brew, it comes with a very pleasant aftertaste.
Ideal for extended storage, the tea ages well to develop a mellow and rich profile with layers of flavour and aroma, elevating it to a whole new level.
With Daxueshan ancient tea growing region now a nationally-designated protected area of China, it is with regret that we have stopped producing this tea after an annual release between 2012 and 2015.
The tea is accordingly named “Daxueshan” Ancient Tree Tea as part of the Yun Pin Hao range by Purple Cane.