Flavor: Dried Fruit, Soft Sweetness, Pleasant Bitterness, Chocolatey Notes
“Lao Cha Tou” is a shou puerh, meaning ‘Old Tea head’. It is a very popular puerh, also known as ‘Dragon Lumps’, and ‘puerh rocks’. It has a pleasant bitterness, with a nutty and pronounced taste of dried fruit, a sweet soft flavor with hints of chocolate and a very long aftertaste. Thick, heavy tea infusion.
Tea shipped in our Teas New Jersey storage tins can remain stored in their tins for long periods of time. Tea leaves are best stored in dry, dark containers with little air and safe from odors. Our tins are small and compact with little space for air to sit. They are great sizes for storing and stacking. We recommend purchasing tea in one of our tins if you do not have storage that fits the above qualifications. However, if you have storage and are ready for a larger amount of tea, you might consider selecting our 3oz pouch option, which you could transfer to a tin upon receiving.
|1998 Year Lao Cha Tou Ripe Puerh||Gong Fu Brew||Western Brew|
|per 1oz||5.5 Brew Portions – Up to 113 infusions||35 Brew Portions – Up to 140 infusions|
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