Pu-Erh Tea Black Tea

Guangxi Aged Liu Pao

Pu-Erh Tea Black Tea

Guangxi Aged Liu Pao

£9.25£15.95

Guangxi Aged Liu Pao is an incredible tea brand new to the market. Also known as Guangxi Lao Pao, this type of tea (also called post fermented tea) is produced in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China. Its name originates from Liu Pao Town where it is grown and… View more details

Guangxi Aged Liu Pao is an incredible tea brand new to the market. Also known as Guangxi Lao Pao, this type of tea (also called post fermented tea) is produced in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China. Its name originates from Liu Pao Town where it is grown and processed.

The unique fermentation and aging process of  Guangxi Aged Liu Pao tea give it a distinct flavour and aroma; a sister tea to a traditional Pu’erh. After harvesting and processing the tea leaves undergo a fermentation process similar to other dark teas like Pu’erh. However Guangxi Aged Liu Pao has its regional characteristics that set it apart from Pu’erh.

Over time the aging of Liu Pao tea enhances its flavour, complexity. To facilitate airflow and aging it is often stored in bamboo baskets or other porous containers  – this amazing example has been aged for 7 years in French Oak wooden chests imparting a flavour of  forests, orchards and fields with an incomparable spectrum of flavours.

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Our 3 step ‘tea in mind’ process empowers you to pause & rebalance while sipping on the highest quality ethically sourced teas, so that you can thrive more every day.
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Origin

China

China is home to more than a third of the world's tea harvest with an abundance of varieties growing across three different climate zones. Discover a wide variety of teas that represent the natural area is which they were grown alongside the timeless skill of the tea master.

How We Like It

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Step 1

Add 1 tsp per 250ml to an infuser or self-fill teabag
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Step 2

Add freshly boiled water to brew at 100°C
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Step 3

Brew for 3 minutes
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Step 4

Pause, rebalance & thrive. Follow a tea routine here.

Tasting Notes

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Dry Leaf

Take a moment to consider the dry leaves: size & shape, colour, texture & smell.
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Wet Leaf

Inhale the aroma of the infused leaves & observe how the appearance has changed.
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Liquor

Pause to examine the brewed tea. Is it bright & clear? What aromas can you smell?
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Taste

Take a sip while breathing normally & observe the taste, aroma and how your body & mind feel.

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