- Harvest: 2023
- Origin: Fujian, China
- Tea Type: White Tea Cake (Aged with Wild Shou Mei Leaves)
- Net Weight: 300g
- Grade: Supreme ★★★★☆
- Expired Date: 24 Months
- Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature;
What is Wild Shou Mei White Tea Cake?
This is a compressed tea cake crafted from the finest wild Shou Mei leaves. This remarkable tea cake embodies the essence of traditional tea craftsmanship and the distinct character of the wild Shou Mei tea variety.
Hand-picked from ancient tea trees in the pristine tea gardens, the wild Shou Mei leaves possess a unique charm and complexity. These leaves are carefully selected and expertly compressed into a compact cake shape, allowing them to age gracefully and develop their exquisite flavors over time.
This Tea Cake offers a harmonious blend of flavors that delight the senses. When steeped, it releases a smooth and mellow infusion, unveiling enchanting notes of floral sweetness and delicate earthiness. The tea cake’s compressed form preserves the integrity of the leaves, resulting in a brew that is nuanced, rich, and deeply satisfying.
Each slice of this white tea carries the legacy of centuries-old tea traditions and the natural beauty of wild tea leaves. With each cup, you embark on a journey through time and taste, discovering the intricate flavors that evolve with every steep.
Experience the allure of this exceptional tea cake, a true testament to the artistry and dedication of tea craftsmanship. Immerse yourself in the world of Wild Shou Mei White Tea Cake and embrace the captivating flavors that unfold with each infusion. Elevate your tea rituals and relish in the essence of wild tea leaves compressed into a remarkable tea cake.
How to Make Shou Mei Tea?
Step 1: Split out loose tea from the compressed tea cake. Use a tea pick or knife to carefully separate the desired amount of tea leaves from the cake.
Step 2: Prepare your teaware and water. Rinse your teapot or gaiwan with hot water to warm it up.
Step 3: Heat water to about 85°C (185°F) to maintain the delicate flavors of the tea.
Step 4: Place the loose tea leaves in your teapot or gaiwan. Use approximately 5 grams of tea leaves for every 200ml of water.
Step 5: Pour the hot water over the tea leaves and let it steep for about 3-5 minutes, allowing the flavors to infuse.
Step 6: Strain the brewed tea into cups or a sharing pitcher, leaving the tea leaves behind.
Step 7: Enjoy the rich and mellow flavors of Shou Mei White Tea Cake. You can savor the tea as it is or serve it alongside a light snack.