Yee On Tea Co.
2018 Kunming Tea Factory Raw Iron Tea Cake.
Indulge in the exquisite essence of time and nature with our remarkable Yunnan Old Tree Tea. Although it has been patiently ageing in our warehouse for less than 5 years, this tea's origins lie in the brown trees of the Bulang tea area., imparting an enchanting woody aroma that envelops your senses from the very first steep.
What truly sets this tea apart is its journey to maturity, as it reaches an impeccable flavour profile that connoisseurs cherish. Its rich woody-fruit fragrance tantalizes your senses, while the tea liquor unveils a luscious and velvety smoothness that dances on your palate. The resistance to foaming is remarkable, ensuring you savour every sip.
With every indulgent cup, you'll discover a lingering fruity aftertaste that leaves a lasting impression. Crafted using an iron mould, this tea's potential only deepens with age, promising a taste that grows richer and more profound over time.
Meticulously crafted by the renowned Kunming Tea Factory in 2018, using leaves from ancient Bulang tea trees, this tea is a testament to China's tea-making expertise. It's not just a tea; it's an investment in tradition and a collector's dream come true.
The tea leaves are of a balanced brown hue, showcasing the elegance of 7-9 grade tea. Experience the allure of time-honoured flavors and the promise of exceptional investment potential with our Yunnan Old Tree Tea. Elevate your tea collection with this extraordinary treasure from the heart of China.
General Guide to brewing Pu-erh Tea
Steep Pu-erh tea in hot boiling water. The ratio of tea leaves to water is approximately 1:4 to 1:5. or 8 grams of tea to 125 ml. of water.
First steep for 5 to 10 sec and discard the water to clean and heat the tea leaves. Steep for 20 seconds, and lengthen the time for each subsequent infusion.
The number of infusion can range from 10 to 20 times.