Chinese Yunnan MengHai raw pu erh tea cake online for sale. Buy Healthy Drinking Dayi Taetea classic series 7542 recipe sheng pu’er 375g for weight loss and stomach warming.
Tea Type: Pu erh
Puer Category: Raw Puer Tea
Tea Origin: Yunnan, China mainland
List of Ingredients: Yunnan big leaves sun dried green maocha
Food Specifications: Organic
Taste: Strong, bitterness but sweet aftertaste
Style: Compressed pu erh cake
Featured Refinements: Chinese Tea
Net Weight: 357 grams (12.59 ounces). The price is only for one cake.
Manufacturer: Menghai Tea Factory, TAETEA Group
Production date: 2017-01-01 to 2017-07-31
Shelf Life: The longer the better
Storage: Cool, dry place away from sunlight and strange odor, keep ventilated
For weight loss: drink one hour after each meal
Production licence: SC11453282228141
pu erh cake Tea soup: Clear yellow
Strong, bitterness but sweet aftertaste
Tea leaves outlay: The main color of tea leaves is yellow-green or dark green.
“Over the years the Menghai Tea Factory has become China’s most respected Pu’er producer. The 7542 Raw Pu’er and our 7572 Ripe Pu’er are publicly recognized as the quality benchmark standard all
Pu’er in China is judged against.”
Steeping time: Gaiwan / yixing teapot: 1 x rinse; 10s, 10s, 15s, 20s, 25s, 30s, etc
Steeping temperature: 100 °C – 212 °F
Leaves per 500ml / 17oz teapot 2-5 gram
7542 is a classic recipe from Menghai Tea Factory first developed in 1975 and produced every year. This raw Pu-erh tea cake is composed of grade 5 leaves, famous for its excellent flavor that goes
through complex and numerous changes as it ages. Menghai 7542 is regarded as the standards of perfection for raw Pu-erh cake.
PREPARATION: To prepare Pu-erh tea from cakes, carefully pry out the desired amount of leaves and place it in a teapot. Rinse by covering with boiling water and quickly pour off. Cover with boiling
water again and let steep 5-30 seconds (depending on how light or dark you want the tea) and serve. Pu-erh tea can be steeped 10-20 times.
‘7542 Tea’ Explained
If you’re new in the world of pu erh tea cakes then you might wonder what the 7542 code actually refers to. It’s actually pretty simple: The first two digits ’75’ stands for the year the recipe was
created. The 3rd digit refers to the size of the leaves used. In this case it’s the number ‘4’ meaning that this Dayi cake consists of smaller leaves (and more buds). At last, the last digit ‘2’
refers to the factory, which is the famous Menghai tea factory. Today, 7542 recipe is so popular that it’s often seen as a benchmark to compare other recipes.