WAO TEA

Dragon Shu Pu'er 2012

$28.00
  • Dragon Shu Pu'er 2012

WAO TEA

Dragon Shu Pu'er 2012

$28.00

Dragon is a ripe pu-erh tea that was harvested during the year of the dragon 2012, in Yunnan region, south of China. In the Chinese zodiac, the dragon sign is associated to good luck. You might want to try this tea if you were born under the sign of Dragon (1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012). It has been incredibly popular and we only have a few bags left.

Vibrancy: Clean from chemicals, Safe and Soulful. From ancient tea trees of Yunnan, China.

Tasting experience: Its infusion will offer a deep unctuous liquor with a refreshing taste of earthy damp soil and mushrooms, like a forest after the rain, accompanied by subtle flavors of oat flowers and sweet licorice.

Energy experience (Qi): Slightly Yang because of its younger age. Activating. Bringing gentle openness and fullness in the core of the body. Perfect for morning tea ritual. 

Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95°C water · 1 tsp tea · 4 minutes infusion
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95°C water · 2 tsp tea · Multiple infusions; (1st) 20 sec, (2nd) 10 sec, (3rd) 30 sec, and +15 sec every additional infusions
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Dragon is a ripe pu-erh tea that was harvested during the year of the dragon 2012, in Yunnan region, south of China. In the Chinese zodiac, the dragon sign is associated to good luck. You might want to try this tea if you were born under the sign of Dragon (1916, 1928, 1940, 1952, 1964, 1976, 1988, 2000, 2012). It has been incredibly popular and we only have a few bags left.

Vibrancy: Clean from chemicals, Safe and Soulful. From ancient tea trees of Yunnan, China.

Tasting experience: Its infusion will offer a deep unctuous liquor with a refreshing taste of earthy damp soil and mushrooms, like a forest after the rain, accompanied by subtle flavors of oat flowers and sweet licorice.

Energy experience (Qi): Slightly Yang because of its younger age. Activating. Bringing gentle openness and fullness in the core of the body. Perfect for morning tea ritual. 

Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95°C water · 1 tsp tea · 4 minutes infusion
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95°C water · 2 tsp tea · Multiple infusions; (1st) 20 sec, (2nd) 10 sec, (3rd) 30 sec, and +15 sec every additional infusions