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Laoliubao tea in the late 1980s

Laoliubao tea in the late 1980s

The taste is similar to Pu'er ripe tea, but the aroma has been transformed into ginseng.
Tea weight: 300 g


NT$4,000
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Laoliubao tea in the late 1980s



This price is for pure tea. It does not include the cup and teapot in the photo.


Basic steps and techniques for Laoliubao tea
For the first brew of Liubao tea, you must first wash the tea with 100 degree C boiling water (quickly pour it out after brewing)
It needs to be soaked hot. In summer, you can soak it hot and put it in the refrigerator before drinking. (Cold drinks can be diluted to taste sweeter)

The water temperature required for brewing Liubao tea: 100oC boiling water.

The amount of Liubao tea: the ratio of tea to water is 1 gram of tea: 25cc of water. For example, a 180cc container contains about 7 grams of tea leaves in addition to 25, and can be re-flushed multiple times.

Choice of water: pure water or mountain spring water (soft water is better), tap water.

Time to boil water: When boiling water, do not keep boiling it after it boils, because there will be too little oxygen in the water and too many minerals in the water, which will cause hard water and affect the activity of the tea leaves. (Experience of the ancients: Boiling water should be moderate when it first boils to produce small bubbles like crab eyes and a sound like pine waves, which can best bring out the fragrance of tea from a spring. Boiling too much will cause it to become "old" and lose its activity. )
Tea soaking time: It depends on the condition of the tea. It is 50 seconds for cooked tea. If the amount of tea is large, the time can be slightly shorter. If the amount of tea is small, the time can be slightly longer. At the beginning of brewing, the time can be slightly shorter. After brewing multiple times, it will be longer. Can be slightly longer.

The shade can be adjusted according to personal preference.

Delivery Options

  • 7-11 Pickup only (C2C)
  • 7-11 Pickup and pay in store (C2C)
  • Tcat - Room Temp.
  • 茶香自在 pick up at the store
  • Taiwan>Home Delivery SF Post Office Air International Parcel

Payment Options

  • Store pick-up and pay
  • Credit Card
  • Bank Transfer
  • Tcat (Collect on Delivery)
  • Pay on 7-11 Store Pickup (C2C)
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