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1990's Loose Leaf Puer Tea

1990's Loose Leaf Puer Tea

Origin: Yunnan Province (Menghai), China
Type: Raw Puer
Vintage: 1990s
Flavor Profile: Fresh camphor tree, sunshine, licorice

Storage: Stored in Hong Kong in which benefited the process of transformation. Outbound from Hong Kong to Taiwan in 2005 and has been carefully stored by AINSI THÉ


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If you just entered the field of drinking puer tea, 1990’s Loose Leaf Puer Tea is a great option to begin with.




The tea is made with matured tea leaves and this provides a strong, durable flavor after several brews. 1990’s loose leaf puer tea preserves the aroma of “sunshine” with the process of solar drying. 


Due to the fact that loose puer tea transforms faster than cake and brick-shaped puer with more oxygen exposure, the tea has already transformed into an aged woody aroma with a long-lasting aftertaste. 


The flavor of the Puer tea concentrates toward the back of the mouth and throat that is wonderfully deep, rich, and earthy. It has a smooth character and a long sweet aftertaste. With such a balanced body structure that the 1990s loose leaf puer tea has developed, it is perfect for any occasion during the day.






Brewing instructions

We highly suggest you use a Yixing clay (purple clay) teapot for best presenting the flavors of puer tea. 

When brewing the tea, the tea to water ratio could be 1:25. (ex.150cc teapot with 6g of tea).

When brewing 1990’s loose leaf puer tea, we recommend you to brew it with boiled water and pre-brew it once. Pre-brewing not only wash up the dust accumulated from decades of storing but also wake the tea up to stimulate more flavors. Pre-brewing should not take more than 15 seconds since the procedure is to open up the tea leaves. After the pre-brew, the first infusion should take around 25 seconds; followed by 15 seconds of the second infusion, and 20 seconds of the third infusion. Gradually add 10-20 seconds for each infusion you make afterward depending on your preference on the taste. 

The waterflow you apply when brewing tea can also affect the taste as gentle waterflows create more elegant flavors, stronger aromas, and a more concluded body, as opposed to sudden waterflows, create more mellow taste and subtle aromas. Feel free to experiment on your own and please share your experiences with us. 

Delivery Options

  • 7-11 Pickup only (C2C)
  • Family Mart Pickup only (C2C)
  • Tcat - Room Temp.
  • Chunghwa Post
  • Chunghwa Post (Taiwan Outlying Islands)
  • Mainland China / HK&Macau
  • International Delivery

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