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2014 Bing Dao Sheng Pu'er, PARU Reserve
2014 Bing Dao Sheng Pu'er, PARU Reserve
2014 Bing Dao Sheng Pu'er, PARU Reserve
2014 Bing Dao Sheng Pu'er, PARU Reserve

2014 Bing Dao Sheng Pu'er, PARU Reserve

Regular price
$139.00
Sale price
$139.00
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This raw pu'er delivers a slightly tannic, pear-like profile and a lingering rock sugar sweetness. Brew upon purchase or age for a more complex finish.

Daily Gaiwan, Glass Fairness Cup (Gong Dao Bei), Tea Tray, and Rosewood Tea Knife also available.

Enjoy for up to 40 sessions. steep leaves up to 20 times per session if brewing gongfu style.

To celebrate the release of our first pu'er tea cake, we've invited artist Bernice Sioson, alternatively known as Nicey ("knea-sea") to illustrate our wrapper.

About Bing Dao

Bing Dao is a small yet well-known ancient tea village inhabited mainly by a tribal Thai community.

How to Brew

Gongfu Style: Add 5 grams of leaves per 6 ounces of heated water (100°C) to gaiwan or yixing teapot. After a brief rinse, steep for 5 – 15 seconds. 

Teapot: Add 5 grams of leaves per 6 ounces of heated water (100°C). After a brief rinse, steep for up to 2 minutes.

Daily Gaiwan and Rosewood Tea Knife sold separately.

Variety:

Mengku Da Ye Zhong (Mengku Big Leaf)

Vintage:

April 2014

Origin:

Bing Dao, Mengku, Lincang, Yunnan, China 

Handmade Paper

Thai artisans living in Xishuangbanna

Wrapper Art:

Bernice Sioson/Nicey

bernicesioson.com

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Christine P.
Paru sheng sample

Couldn’t commit to a cake but very happy to buy a sample from Paru as it is their first puer tea cake! First time I brewed 7g in a 100ml gaiwan quick brews. It had a nice bite to it the way I like my sheng! Second session was 5g in 100ml also quick brews. More mellow than 7g but less sweet after taste. I always like using boiling water on all tea except green and this sheng didn’t disappoint!