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32nd Anniversary Puer Set 6

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Package includes: 1 box 17' Mengku Yun Pin Hao - Bing Dao Green Puer Tea (±500g, worth RM1500), 1 box 17' Yunnan Purple Cane's Zhen Wei Hao Green Puer Tea (±357g, worth RM500), 17' Mengku Gu Shu Wang Green Puer Tea (±500g, worth RM325), 1 pc 17' Yunnan Ding You Chun Jian (±357g, worth RM85), 1 pc 17' Yunnan Purple Cane's Qing Yun Pu Green Puer Tea (±357g, worth RM65). 

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Product OriginYunnan, China
32nd Anniversary Puer Set 6


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17' MENGKU YUN PIN HAO - BING DAO GREEN PUER TEA
Hailed from the ancient wild tea region of the Bing Dao, Mengku, Yunnan, China, large-leafed variety tea leaves are only plucked in early spring from the ancient tea trees more than hundreds of years old. The tea leaves are sun-dried, steamed and compressed into +-500g green puer round tea cakes. The stout strips of tea leaves covered by fine pekoe give a clear, golden infusion, ideal for consume immediately to enjoy its light and refreshing aroma. The body of tea infusion is thick and comes with very strong energy “qi”. These tea cake’s taste improves over time, it can be kept and aged to achieve a mellower, smoother and more complex flavours. Purple Cane recognizes this wonderful tea as “Yun Pin Hao – Ancient Tree Tea from the Bing Dao”.

Product Origin: Mengku, Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large-leaf variety tea leaves
Weight: ±500g
Year of Production: 2017 Spring
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Bright Golden
Fragrance: Refreshing
Taste: Strong Aftertaste

Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected
: Purple Clay Teapot
Amount of Tea: Add tea leaves to brewing vessel until 1/5 filled
Water Temperature: 85°C - 95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: Steep for 30 to 40 seconds to extract the full flavour. Serve. It is good for several brews.



17' Yunnan Purple Cane's Zhen Wei Hao Green Puer Tea

Hailed from the Yunnan Province, Puer Tea is made with tea leaves harvested from the large-leaf variety tea trees. The processing of freshly-picked leaves involves fixing, rolling and sun-drying to yield maocha (green raw tea), known as Dian Qing, literally Yunnan Green. Sun-dried maocha could be moistened, and covered for 'pile fermentation' (wodui) to yield shou cha (ripe puer). Green maocha and the fermented dark puer can be sold loose, or in compressed form such as tea bricks, round tea cakes, square teas or toucha (tea balls), which offer distinct flavours of their own, making it very unique type of tea.

Purple Cane presents Zhenwei Hao

It has been thirty years since Purple Cane was established to venture into the tea trade and to promote tea culture. The three-decade journey calls for a commemorative tea, and it comes in the form of a limited edition made under the joint supervision of respected tea personnel, Mr Lu Li Chen and the founder of Purple Cane, Mr Lim Hock Lam.

The tea is made with fresh leaves of the broadleaf varietal harvested from the Yiwu tea growing region located at a high elevation in the Menghai County, Yunnan Province, China.

The pollution-free and ecologically-safe environment yields premium quality raw material, which has been sun-dried, steamed, shaped and compressed using the time-tested traditional method. The finished product exemplifies perfectly the lingering finish of a premium Yiwu tea. 'Purple Cane's Zhenwei Hao' gives an infusion that is lively with a soothingly smooth mouthfeel. A light infusion gives a delightfully sweet aftertaste, and a heavier infusion demonstrates layers of flavour with a mellow and pleasant appeal. It is suitable for both immediate consumption and extended storage.

Creating values and building a legacy, the commemorative 'Purple Cane's Zhenwei Hao' Puer Tea Cake is firmly placed in the development of tea history and culture in Southeast Asia.

The Purple Cane Group Celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2017.

Product Origin:
 Yiwu, Menghai, Yunnan Province, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large-leafted variety tea leaves
Weight: ±357g
Year of Production: 2017
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Red Dates and Clear
Fragrance: Woody, Dates Aroma
Taste: Soothingly Smooth, Delightfully Sweet Aftertaste

Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected: Purple Clay or Porcelain Brewing Vessels
Amount of Tea: Add to brewing vessel until ¼ filled
Water Temperature: 85°C - 95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: 1st brew about 40 seconds, 2nd brew about 30 seconds, 3rd brew about 40 seconds



17‘ MENGKU GU SHU WANG GREEN PUER TEA
Originating from the hilly area of Mengku in the Yunnan Province, China. These premium tea leaves were harvested from centuries-old trees of the large-leafed species. Only young and tender leaves of early spring are used. These go through a stringent process to become raw, loose leaves, which, upon steaming and compressing become compressed round tea cakes. GuShuWang green puer tea look stout with pronounced leaves, yielding golden tea infusion with refreshing aroma. The tea is noted for its brisk, smooth and mellow flavour with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste. GuShuWang green puer tea promise the best of both worlds - it is good enough for brewing right now; meanwhile, it ages well and continues to mellow, giving a rich and satisfying brew for a long time to come.

Product Origin: Mengku, Yunnan Province, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried Large-leaf variety tea leaves
Weight: ±500g
Year of Production: 2017 Spring
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Yielding Golden
Fragrance: Refreshing Aroma
Taste: Smooth and mellow flavor with a pleasantly sweet aftertaste

Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected: Purple clay or porcelain teapot
Amount of Tea: Add tea leaves to teapot until 1/5 filled
Water Temperature: 85°C - 95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: Steep for 30 to 40 seconds to extract the full flavour



17' Yunnan Ding You Chun Jian

Hailed from the tea region of Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China. The selected broad-leafted variety raw tea leaves are sun-dried, steamed and compressed into a green puer round tea cakes. Neatly shape, and it is outstanding with its high quality. Featuring stout strips, the leaves yield clear yellowish-green tea infusion with mellow aroma and full-bodied flavours, ideal for consume immediately to enjoy its refreshing and light aroma. Or kept over an extended period of time for natural maturation to achieve a smoother and more complex flavours.

Product Origin: Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried broad-leaf variety, broad tree tea leaves
Weight: ±357g
Year of Production: 2017
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Yellowish-Green
Fragrance: Light Aroma, Mellow Aroma
Taste: Full-bodied flavours, Smoother

Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected: Purple clay or porcelain teapot
Amount of Tea: Break off a well-sized portion of tea leaves from the tea cake, add to brewing vessel until 1/4 filled
Water Temperature: 85°C - 95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: Steep for approximately 30 seconds. Pour and serve. It is good for several brews. Re-steeping the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeped until it is exhausted of flavour.



17' Yunnan Purple Cane's Qing Yun Pu Green Puer Tea

Hailed from the tea region of Yunnan, China. The selected broad-leafted variety raw tea leaves are sun-dried, steamed and compressed into green puer round tea cakes. It is outstanding with its high quality. Featuring stout strips, the tea leaves yield clear yellowish-green infusion with mellow aroma and full-bodied flavours, ideal for consume immediately to enjoy its light and refreshing aroma. These tea cake's taste improves over time, can be kept and aged to acheive a mellower, smoother and more complex flavours.

Product Origin:
 Xishuangbanna Yunnan, China
Ingredient: Sun-dried large-leafed variety ancient tree tea leaves
Weight: ±357g
Year of Production: 2017
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Tea Intensity: Yellowish-green Infusion
Fragrance: Mellow aroma and full-bodied flavours
Taste: Taste improves over time, mellow, smoother and more complex flavours

Brewing The Perfect Cup

Tea Ware Selected: Purple Clay or Porcelain Brewing Vessels
Amount of Tea: Add to brewing vessel until ¼ filled
Water Temperature: 85°C - 95°C
Warming Up Brew: Once
Brewing Time: Steep for approximately 30 seconds. Pour and serve. It is good for several brews. Re-steeping the leaves in a similar manner to enjoy the tea as it develops from steep to steep; continue re-steeped until it is exhausted of flavour.


Storage: Keep away from sunlight, heat, moisture and odour

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