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Aged Raw Liu Bao Tea (2001)

$21

Liu Bao tea originated in Guangxi, China, and manufactured in Guangxi and Hong Kong during the last century to export to Malaysia and became the local favourite tea, especially for the thirsty mineworkers. Nowadays, vintage Liu Bao tea is highly sought after by tea enthusiasts because of its unique betel nut aroma.

Smooth, mellow, betel nut old tea flavour.

Steeping - Puerh Tea

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.

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James

Well reserved that I can feel the betel nut aroma turns into more like Medicinal herb fragrance!

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ERNEST March
Very Good

Nice example of traditional Hon Kong storage. If you like ginseng/ medicinal herb notes you will enjoy this. At this price point it makes a good daily drinker.

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J
James

Well reserved that I can feel the betel nut aroma turns into more like Medicinal herb fragrance!

E
ERNEST March
Very Good

Nice example of traditional Hon Kong storage. If you like ginseng/ medicinal herb notes you will enjoy this. At this price point it makes a good daily drinker.