Grand Leaf Pu-erh (Organic)
Pu-erhs can be very esoteric. People study the look of the pressed leaf, the different mountains in Yunnan Province where the tea comes from. They want to know whether the leaves are from ancient trees, clones of those trees, or da yeh bushes and analyze what are the ideal storage methodologies. They even analyze the different paper wrappers pu-erh cakes come in.
But sometimes one just wants to enjoy a cup of hot pu-erh. Grand Leaf is your answer. It is a great everyday drinking cooked pu-erh. It looks dark in the cup, almost like a cup of coffee, and has that rich earthy taste pu-erh is so famous for without destroying your pocketbook.
Organic pu-erh tea
Use 2 to 3 grams of tea for every 6 ounces of water. Generally this works out to a teaspoon per every 6 ounces of water. For the first infusion, use boiling water for 1 to 2 minutes. Add 15 to 30 seconds for every subsequent infusion. You should infuse this tea multiple times.