How to brew aged ripe Pu-Erh tea?

The aged ripe Pu-Erh tea here refers to the ripe Pu-Erh tea that has been stored for more than 10 years. The reason why aged ripe Pu-Erh tea is loved by everyone is that the more it ages, the more fragrant it becomes. After a certain period of storage, the aroma of the ripe Pu-Erh tea becomes thicker and richer, and the taste becomes more mellow.

For aged ripe Pu-Erh tea, we recommend brewing in a purple clay pot with a tea-water ratio of 1:30. (1g tea with 30ml water)

Step 1 Clean Tea Pot

Rinse the purple clay tea pot with boiling water. This can increase the temperature of the tea pot and activate the aged ripe Pu-Erh tea.

Clean purple clay tea pot

Step 2 Put In Tea

Measure an appropriate amount of ripe Pu-Erh tea according to the capacity of the tea pot and put it in the tea pot.

Put in Pu-Erh tea

Step 3 Wake Tea

Pour boiling water to tea pot quickly, and pour out the tea soup (Dump the first steep).

Pour water to tea pot

Step 4 Steep Tea

Pour boiling water to tea pot quickly. For the first few steeps, pour out tea soup immediately after you pour the boiling water. When the taste of tea soup becomes weak, the brewing time can be extended appropriately.

Ripe Pu-Erh Tea Soup