2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan

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2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan
2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan 2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan 2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan
2011 CNNP Sheng Huo Fu Zhuan

Category: Hei Cha

Country: China

Province: Hunan

Harvest: 2008 Production date : 20/08/2011

Producer: Anhua Tea Factory

Shop: Cha Wang Shop

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This Fu brick tea is made of 2rd grade mao cha by machine. It has been aging for 3 years to reproduce "golden flowers" in the tea. This is very prized and interesting tea. People have called it the golden flowers "Jin Hua". The Eurotium Cristatum is the dominant germ in the Fuzhuan, contributing to the special quality of the tea.

Smooth and sweet with floral and dry fruits aroma in mouth with long and great aftertaste, "Jin Hua" arohid flavour - a true gift for tea lovers! Good for daily life.

This brick is in some way similar with CNNP Shouzhu Fuzhuan which we also sell. Its taste is far better than the appearance! Very important is the overall process of this product is excellent!

Sheng Huo : life

Fungus-growing is characteristic technique of Fu brick tea, which means in a certain condition of temperature and moisture, makes the superior fungus, Eurotium Cristatum grow and reproduce in brick tea. Eurotium Cristatum is one kind of fungi which is non-poisonous to human body, and can produce a series of functional chemical active substance beneficial to health, such as fat-decomposing enzyme, protein-resolving enzyme and so on, the clinical experiments have proved that Fu tea has remarkable effect on lowering fat and hypertension.

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08.08.2013 15:54:10

Tea with noble fungus

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I approached this tea with slight apprehension because of fungus, which is intentionally added to tea. Tea produced in 2008 is then three years stored to allow noble fungus spore of Eurotium Cristatus perfectly spread in tea. However, concerns were misplaced and it turned out to be a pleasant tea time. Tea contains a large proportion of leafstalks. The brew smells pleasantly earthy. There is no trace of musty or fustiness in the taste. The taste is cultivated, smooth, very gently earthy with woody flavour of nuts. It leaves a pleasant long-lasting sweetness in the mouth. It is a pleasant tea that opened the world of dark teas Hei Cha to me. Their prices are not so escalated as Puerhs are. 700g for $6,90 is very pleasant.

5g per 150ml - 99°C – 60s, 4 - 5 infusions

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