Tibetan Buds

Description

This tea goes very well with a sweet snack or as an after-meal tea. Good digestive properties. It can be brewed in a gaiwan or Chinese teapot, using the traditional Chinese brewing technique or “Grandpa style”, infusing it in a thermos of hot water – in this case, use less leaves.

Vintage:

2014

Origin:

Ya An – Sichuan, China

Cultivar:

LaoShuChuan

  • REFERENCE: ST-D-0001
  • PRICE: $15,00$45,00
This tea goes very well with a sweet snack or as an after-meal tea. Good digestive properties. It can be brewed in a gaiwan or Chinese teapot, using the traditional Chinese brewing technique or “Grandpa style”, infusing it in a thermos of hot water – in this case, use less leaves.
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Description

This tea goes very well with a sweet snack or as an after-meal tea. Good digestive properties. It can be brewed in a gaiwan or Chinese teapot, using the traditional Chinese brewing technique or “Grandpa style”, infusing it in a thermos of hot water – in this case, use less leaves.

Brewing Tips

  • Tea Leaves Quantity

    4-5grs

  • Water quantity

    120-150 ML

  • Temperature

    95-100°C

  • access_time Steeping Time

    a few seconds. Add extra 5 seconds each infusion.