Part of Wang Yanxin’s guest curator pu’er collection, an opportunity to try unique pu’ers from growing regions and workshops across Yunnan.
chestnut, sticky rice, sweet cream
coriander, fresh pine
savory - chestnut, sticky rice, sweet cream
spice - coriander, fresh pine
fruit - persimmon
floral - vanilla
Blended Provenance Yunnan
Da Ye ZhongTea
Sui Yin Zi (also called "Broken Silver") has swept China in the last few years as a new craze, thanks to the fact that good Sui Yin Zi is impossible to over steep and can be brewed all day without exhausting the leaves. The flavor is sweet, clean, and cozy. Sui Yin Zi is not that different from Lao Cha Tou (shu pu'er nuggets), formed of individual leaf clusters that clump together during fermentation. This Sui Yin Zi is from Wang Yanxin’s longtime partners at Longyuanhao workshop, ready for further aging or drinking now.
'Most pu’er does become more complex over time. Astringency mellows out, darker and richer flavors come through. Textural complexities become more pronounced. Starting with an intriguing young pu’er of high quality with lots of textures and flavors at play will increase your chances of graceful aging.'
7 g.8 oz.use
212° watersteep 60 secondsresteep many times add 30-40 sec. each infusion
7 g.5 ozuse 212° watersteep 5 seconds add 10-15 sec. per steepingenjoy many steepings