2016 Yi Wu Raw Pu-erh Tea
It is well known that “Ban Zhang is the king of tea, and Yi Wu is the queen”. In 2006, Mr. Chen Shenghe, founder of Chen Sheng Hao, acquired the original site of Yi Wu’s century-old tea factory "Fu Yuan Chang" to produce Yi Wu area Pu’er tea.
Yi Wu, a famous ancient tea area in Yunnan, is an important producing area of Pu'er tea.
The six ancient tea mountains are located in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, covering an area of more than 2,000 square kilometers. They are Yibang, Yi Wu (Mansa), Youle, Ge Deng, Mangzhi, and Manzhuan. Among them, Yi Wu Tea Mountain is the largest tea mountain among the six tea mountains.
Yi Wu is also the origin of a tea trade route-Ancient Tea Horse Road. The Qing Dynasty was a time when Pu'er tea was famous all over the world.
The rise of the ancient tea-horse road brought Pu'er tea out of the tea mountain to Southeast Asian countries and Tibetan areas. The Tibetans are addicted to tea. In the vast Tibetan areas where supplies are scarce, their daily meals are mainly mutton and beef and lack of vegetables. The tea is rich in vitamins, trace elements, tannins, theophylline, and other ingredients, which can make up for the deficiency of its dietary structure, and has the functions of clearing heat, detoxification, moisturizing, and diuresis.
The premium quality of Yi Wu Pu'er tea is also favored by the imperial families. Yi Wu Pu'er tea has a soft taste, better regenerating sweetness, and long-lasting taste. The storage and aging speed is faster, and the rhyme will become more intense over time, which is of great taste and collection value.
The Chen Sheng Hao Yi Wu series has been produced since 2006 and continues to write a century-old legend, bringing the gentle charm of Yi Wu's "Tea Queen" to the world.
Raw Pu'er (Sheng Pu'er)
|Quantity & Shape||1 Tea Cake|
|Age of Tea Trees||> 200 years|
||Yi Wu, Yunnan Province, China|
|Tea Factory||Menghai Chensheng Tea Industry Co., Ltd.|
|Water Ratio||Every 7g tea leaves served with 120ml water|
|Temperature||203°F ~ 212°F (95°C ~ 100°C)|