White Moon Puerh
- Packaging: The box contains 60g of loose tea.
- Liquor: A light caramel-ochre infusion
- Season: Spring.
- Storage: To store White Moon Puerh or any Puerh tea properly, transfer it to an airtight container, avoid strong odors, store in darkness, maintain stable temperature and humidity, elevate the tea, allow limited airflow, and be patient as it continues to age for enhanced flavor.
Tasting notes: A deliciously creamy tea with a smooth mouthfeel and a sweetly floral finish.
Health Benefits: White Moon Puerh offers potential health benefits, including antioxidant properties, digestive support, weight management, heart health, mental alertness, and relaxation. Individual responses may vary, so consulting a healthcare professional is advisable for personalized guidance.
Area of Harvest: Zhen He, Fujian Province
- Water Temperature: 195–205 °F (90–96 °C).
- Tea Quantity: 1–1.5 tbsp (5-7g) per 8 oz (240 ml) of water.
- Steeping Time: 20–30 seconds initially, longer for subsequent infusions.
- Teapot or Infuser: Use a teapot or gaiwan.
- Multiple Infusions: Increase time with each infusion.
- Enjoy the Aroma, Observe the Leaves, and Savor the Complex Flavor.
Remember that these are general guidelines; adjust the tea-to-water ratio and steeping time to taste. Brewing tea is personal, so experiment with your preferred balance.
Origin/History: White Moon Puerh tea, also known as Yue Bai Guan, blends the rich history of exclusive white tea harvesting for Chinese royalty with more recent accessibility to the general population, offering a unique tea-drinking experience that bridges the gap between white and Puerh teas.