A poster of the era of light and ideological communism – a rarity of 1968 – flaunts on the cover of aged black pu-erh “Brick of the Cultural Revolution”. Oily, painstakingly pressed by Chinese agricultural tea factory artisans, this shu pu-erh will wonderfully invigorate you and warm you with the warmth of aged fermented tea leaves.
Aroma: deep earthy, with hints of oak bark and spices.
To brew it, you need to take clean, prepared water, bring it to a temperature of about 95 degrees, take about 5 … 10 grams of pu-erh for one tea party. Put the pu-erh into a gaiwan, rinse the tea, brew it with infusions or exposures, starting with about 20 seconds of contact between tea and water and increasing the time of contact between water and tea by 10 seconds with each brewing.