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Pu'erh Japonais

Pu'erh Japonais

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Nous sommes fiers de vous proposer ce superbe thé Pu'erh Japonais exclusif. Habilement élaboré dans la préfecture de Shizuoka au Japon, ce thé JAS Oragnique Pu-Erh est un mélange de la première et de la deuxième récolte de l'année. Il est élaboré en fermentant des feuilles de thé de haute qualité avec de la levure de riz organique, ce qui produit une saveur de bois de chêne fumé avec un soupçon d'amertume de zeste d'agrumes et un goût sucré de caramel. Le pu'erh est un thé incroyable, créé il y a des siècles en Chine et réellement vivant ; C'est un pro-biotique, excellent pour pour booster le système immunitaire, et il contribue également à une bonne digestion et à la perte de poids. Cette version japonaise d'un pu'erh est merveilleusement onctueuse, et nous vous recommandons vivement ce thé organique de qualité optimale.
Comment faire
une tasse de thé parfaite
200ml / 8oz
95°C / 205F
1.5 - 3 min
Thé Pu'erh
par Jeff Oman
Avril 2019
[EN] The Japanese do not make pu-erh or grow the types of tea from which it is made. Pu-erh by definition is made in Southern China (Yunnan) and it's borders from a local Assamica of varying types and degrees of cultivation. It appears the Japanese are performing wo-dui on their tea (most likely Chinensis). So while this may be a type of fermented tea it is not pu-erh. I have not tried but maybe I'll get a sample. There are many types of fermented teas like heichas and lui bao and such so it not like pu-erh is the only one.
par James
Mai 2018
[EN] Japanese Pu’erh (BestBy: 11-2019).

This is a terrific tea, in my opinion, and this is my third buy of it from Tealyra. Expensive to begin with, the price has risen 11% in the past year, but still worth the occasional splurge. The dry tea is loose, with smallish twist easily measured by spoon, and has a mild, sweet scent. Label suggests 1 tsp per cup (8 oz.) 95C water with a 3 min brew, but that is WAY too strong for my tastes. I use a pennyweight (2.5g) per cup (250 ml) water. As this is Pu’erh, I first rinse the measured tea in a fine-mesh basket under hot running tap water for 10 seconds to remove dust, etc. Then I steep each infusion for 25-30 seconds, up to a minute on the last infusion, to obtain a deep amber, crystal clear tea with great notes of roasted-rice that linger in the back of the mouth after each sip. Five completely flavorful, savory infusions from each pennyweight, before the leaves give out. No foul odors, fishiness, or compost-heap notes whatsoever with this tea. Contrary to other commentary, I find absolutely no resemblance to coffee, either. This tea is smooth, non-astringent, and very pleasing to my palate. For mornings where I’m hurried and can’t enjoy all those infusions, I use 0.5 g tea (1/4 tsp), rinse for 10 s under hot tap water, and infuse in a cup of boiling water for 3-4 minutes a single time only, to obtain a full-flavored, well-balanced cup of tea, discarding the leaves after the single infusion. Highly recommended.
par Will
Décembre 2017
[EN] the caramel is extremely prevalent to me in this tea. its a wonderful cold weather mild pu-erh with a great full mouth feel and light flavor. please don't stop selling this tea
par I Love Tea
Août 2017
[EN] This Japanese puerh is amazing. Its flavor is clean and fresh and rich and deep. A must try!
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