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375 /50g

  • Translation from Chinese: Shu Puer “Bulan”
  • Place, date of production: China, Menghai, Yunnan, Menhai Ruigong Tea Factory
  • Tea type: Shu Puer
  • Appearance: Lightly pressed pancake (cake), homogeneous, clean, medium pu-erh leaves with an abundance of golden buds, petioles are found
  • Aroma: forest, warm autumn day
  • Taste: light astringency, young walnut
  • Aftertaste: not long, pleasant
  • Infusion color: dark amber


  • The most suitable vessels for brewing: a clay teapot for pu-erh or a thick-walled gaiwan, a fireproof teapot (if brewing)

    Good budget pu-erh for every day!

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Shu Pu’er Bulang Shan Qi Zi Bing – Balanced Taste with a Mild Aroma of High-Grade Tea

Shu Pu’er Bulang Shan Qi Zi Bing is known for its balanced taste and mild aroma of high-grade tea. It grows in the region known as Bulangshan.

 The Bulang People and Their Tea Tradition

In the Bulangshan area lives the Bulang ethnic group, who have been cultivating and producing tea for over 1,000 years.

Unique Double Fermentation Process

Shu Pu’er is prepared using a special double fermentation technique, which combines natural fermentation (as for Sheng Pu’er) and artificial aging — heating raw Pu’er on coals in closed cauldrons. This process achieves the taste and aroma of aged Pu’er in a shorter period.

Harvest and Aging

The tea from Bulang was harvested in 2018 and pressed in the same year. It has a mild flavor, but with storage, it undergoes a maturation process, and each year its taste becomes bolder and more expressive. Characteristics and Recommendation

This Shu Pu’er has the characteristics of a clean aroma, mild taste, and quick sweet aftertaste. I recommend it to everyone.

 Benefits of Drinking Shu Pu’er

During tea drinking, it tones, brings a comfortable state to the body, spirit, and mind, and eliminates unnecessary thoughts and hustle.

 How to Prepare Shu Pu’er in a Glass with a Lid

1. Take a glass and rinse it with boiling water.
2. Add tea at a ratio of 3 grams per 250 ml.
3. Rinse the tea: pour 1/4 of the glass with water and immediately drain, holding the lid to retain the tea leaves.
4. Fill with boiling water at 95-98°C and steep for 2-3 minutes.
5. Drink. Enjoy your tea!

 Health Benefits of Shu Pu’er Tea

Thanks to the beneficial microflora that develops during the maturation of the tea, Pu’er excellently breaks down fats, improves digestive processes, warms the stomach, aids in weight loss, cleanses the body of harmful substances and toxins, reduces cholesterol levels in the blood, and helps regulate blood pressure.

It also has an invigorating effect on the entire body, increases tone, clears the mind, and simultaneously promotes a state of concentration and deep calm.

 Historical and Modern Uses of Pu’er Tea

Pu’er tea has long been used as a food supplement by many nomadic tribes living in remote regions. As these tribes primarily consumed yak meat, rich in fats, the tea helped balance their diet by aiding in the digestion of high-fat foods. Today, Pu’er is widely recognized for its cleansing properties, which help regulate the body and improve digestion.

### Exceptional Energizing Properties

Pu’er tea also has exceptional energizing properties, despite its low caffeine content. It improves attention and concentration, and clears the mind, making it useful for those engaged in mental work. Its impact on the body can be compared to strong energy drinks. Additionally, Pu’er reduces blood sugar levels, warms the body, and detoxifies.

### Consumption Recommendations

Shu Pu’er can even be consumed in the morning on an empty stomach.

### A Must-Have for Health and Fitness

A good Pu’er, whether loose or pressed, is a must-have for everyone who cares about their health and figure!

### Beneficial Properties of Pu’er Tea

– Lowers cholesterol levels in the blood.
– Improves gastrointestinal function.
– Aids the digestive process.
– Reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke.
– Promotes weight loss.
– Invigorates and tones.
– Removes toxins and heavy metals from the body.

1 review for Shu Puer “Bulan Shan Qi Ji Bing” pressed tea 2018 (No. 300)

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