2009 Dome Shaped Sheng Pu Erh Tuo Cha


Our largest tea-cake. This 15 year old Raw (Sheng) Tuo Cha (dome shape) is best broken using a Pu Erh knife, allowing you to enjoy multiple steeps and a traditional, theatrical and refreshing tea.

🌱 origin: Yunnan Province, China

🌱 type: Pu-erh, raw

🌱 flavour: refreshing, sweet, chalk

🌱 aroma: musty, dark chocolate

🌱 year: 2009

🌱 weight: 50g

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2009 Dome Shaped Sheng Tuo Cha

Raw pu-er is aged using the traditional method as opposed to Ripe pu-er which has it’s processing accelerated and is a more modern technique. This 50g Tuo Cha is best broken apart using a pu-er knife and is a theatrical end to a dinner party. It is common in Chinese culture to drink pu-er after meals due to its supposed digestive benefits.
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Insert the knife into the edge, then gently work it up and down until the tea leaves loosen and fall off.

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break up the leaves with a puerh knife and add 2-3g to your glass

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