• Place, date of production: Yunnan Province, 2003.
  • Type: Shu Pu’er (Ripe Pu’er) Appearance: Dark brown large leaves and buds. Taste: Velvety, enveloping.
  • Aftertaste: Pleasant, velvety.
  • Aroma: Foresty with notes of dried fruits.
  • Liquor color: Dark brown.
  • Most suitable teaware for brewing: Yixing clay teapot for Pu’er or gaiwan with thick walls, fire-resistant kettle (if boiling). This is a collectible Pu’er, of high quality. A special tea for good company.

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Pu’er Tea from Menhai is one of the oldest and most revered tea brands in China. It’s a loose-leaf memorable Pu’er, originating from the hot province of Yunnan.

Bright and aromatic, it’s a Pu’er suited for special tea sessions, delighting with its rich flavor. It energizes the body, relaxes the mind, and clears unnecessary thoughts.

Shu Pu’er is produced in the district near Mount Bohai. Tea trees grow there at an altitude of 1800-2000 meters above sea level. Considering their age ranging from 300 to 800 years, the raw material is truly unique. Notably, the pressed tea itself is 17 years old, indicating its maturity. It’s a splendid, exclusive tea for Shu Pu’er enthusiasts.

The simplest way to prepare Shu Pu’er: (in a lidded cup)

  1. Rinse the cup with boiling water.
  2. Add tea, 3 grams per 250 ml.
  3. Rinse the tea: pour in 1/4 cup and immediately pour out, holding the lid.
  4. Pour in boiling water at 95-98°C and steep for 2-3 minutes.
  5. Enjoy your tea!

Health Benefits of Shu Pu’er:

Thanks to beneficial microflora developed during the tea’s maturation, Pu’er excellently breaks down fats, improves digestion processes, warms the stomach, aids weight loss, detoxifies the body from harmful substances and toxins, reduces cholesterol levels in the blood, and helps regulate blood pressure. It has a stimulating effect on the entire body, increases alertness and concentration, clears the mind while promoting a state of calmness and deep tranquility.

Pu’er has long been used as a dietary supplement by many nomadic tribes living in remote regions. Since these tribes mainly subsisted on fatty camel meat, tea helped them balance their diet and combat fat. Today, Pu’er is recognized for its cleansing properties, which help regulate the body and aid digestion.

Pu’er tea possesses exceptional invigorating properties despite its low caffeine content. It enhances attention and concentration, as well as clarifies thoughts, making it beneficial for those engaged in mental work. In terms of its impact on the body, it can be compared to strong energy drinks. Pu’er also lowers blood sugar levels, warms the body, and eliminates toxins.

Shu Pu’er can be enjoyed even on an empty stomach in the morning. Good Pu’er, loose-leaf or pressed, is a must-have for anyone concerned about health and figure!

In summary, the favorable properties of Pu’er include:

  • Reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.
  • Improving gastrointestinal function.
  • Relieving constipation.
  • Aiding the digestion process.
  • Reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke.
  • Promoting weight loss.
  • Refreshing and toning.
  • Eliminating toxins and heavy metals.

 

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