Jinggu Sun-Dried Silver Needles White Pu-erh Tea Cake
Made from the first flush of Spring White Pekoe (Camellia Taliensis) growing in Yang Ta village in Jing Gu county. Just the bud is picked but then instead of processing like white tea it's sun-dried (like Pu-erh). These extra large buds come from Camellia Taliensis varietal and give a sweet taste and heady pungent fruit and flower aroma!
These little cakes are lightly compressed and will come apart easily with a pu-erh pick. The tea can be aged for several years and will develop honey sweetness with hints of hay over the years.
100 grams per cake
Stephen Colbert drinks the 2017 version of this tea on his #tea4tuesday segment!