WAO TEA

Tellura Shu Pu'er 2005

$32.00
  • Tellura Shu Pu'er 2005

WAO TEA

Tellura Shu Pu'er 2005

$32.00

Tellura is a ripe pu'er tea harvested in 2005 in Yunnan, China. We personally have a strong connection to this tea. Highly appreciated for its emotionally connected presence. Powerful in meditation to facilitate release of what no longer serves you. From the first sip, you will be invited to settle into yourself and allow deep exploration, mindful presence and clarity of mind.

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

Tasting experience: Refreshing flavors of earthy damp forest. Smooth aromas of warm fruits and smoky woods will complement its comforting character.

Energy experience (Qi): Deeply emotional & Heart opening. Incredibly feminine, warming, nurturing - allowing graceful release.

 Brewing guide:

  • Teapot: 250 ml water · 95 °C · 1 tsp tea · 3 minutes infusion.
  • Gong Fu Cha: 100 ml water · 95 °C · 2 tsp tea · Multiple infusions; (1st) 20 sec, (2nd) 15 sec, (3rd) 30 sec, and +15 sec every additional infusions.
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Tellura is a ripe pu'er tea harvested in 2005 in Yunnan, China. We personally have a strong connection to this tea. Highly appreciated for its emotionally connected presence. Powerful in meditation to facilitate release of what no longer serves you. From the first sip, you will be invited to settle into yourself and allow deep exploration, mindful presence and clarity of mind.

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

Tasting experience: Refreshing flavors of earthy damp forest. Smooth aromas of warm fruits and smoky woods will complement its comforting character.

Energy experience (Qi): Deeply emotional & Heart opening. Incredibly feminine, warming, nurturing - allowing graceful release.

 Brewing guide:

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