WAO TEA

Earthing Shu Pu'er 2008

$29.00
  • Earthing Shu Pu'er 2008

WAO TEA

Earthing Shu Pu'er 2008

$29.00

Earthing is a ripe Pu’er tea harvested in 2008 in the mountains of Yunnan province, South of China. It is an invitation into the depth of a vast forest with majestuous old trees and comforting presence. This Pu’er was selected during an important journey of self discovery, in a secluded village of the mountains of Xishuangbanna, deep in the cradle of tea. 

Earth vibrancy: Clean and Vibrant. From old tea trees of a secluded tea garden away from the pollution. No pesticides/chemicals.

Tasting experience: Offering a liquor evoking black earth, deep roots, tree bark, with a sweet note of molasse. 

Energy experience (Qi): Yin in essence, it will allow your living energy (Qi) to ground, and facilitate release of heavy energy that doesn't serve you anymore, bringing lightness and calm into the heart.

Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95 °C · 1 tsp tea · 4 minutes
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95 °C · 2 tsp tea · Multiple infusions; (1st) 20 sec, (2nd) 15 sec, (3rd) 30 sec, then adding 15 sec every additional infusions.
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Earthing is a ripe Pu’er tea harvested in 2008 in the mountains of Yunnan province, South of China. It is an invitation into the depth of a vast forest with majestuous old trees and comforting presence. This Pu’er was selected during an important journey of self discovery, in a secluded village of the mountains of Xishuangbanna, deep in the cradle of tea. 

Earth vibrancy: Clean and Vibrant. From old tea trees of a secluded tea garden away from the pollution. No pesticides/chemicals.

Tasting experience: Offering a liquor evoking black earth, deep roots, tree bark, with a sweet note of molasse. 

Energy experience (Qi): Yin in essence, it will allow your living energy (Qi) to ground, and facilitate release of heavy energy that doesn't serve you anymore, bringing lightness and calm into the heart.

Brewing guide:

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