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Liubao Compressed Tea 250g (Sweet) & A Tea Knife
Price:  79 USD
Weight:  250 G

Liubao compressed tea is known as the ‘Longevity Tea’ Liubao Compress Tea has 1,500 years of history. The origin of this kind of tea is the town of Liubao in the Cangwu county of Guangxi province, China. Intuitively, the tea is known as Guangxi Liubao, or simply Liubao, much like Darjeeling tea is from Darjeeling.

 Liubao compressed tea is basically an almost fully-oxidized tea (more oxidized than oolong, but less than true black) that has been exposed to a high degree of humidity for a certain period of time – could be days to a month or more – until the desired level of “ripeness” is achieved. Such humid condition accelerates the fermentation exponentially and increases the overall temperature of the leaves. During this “wet storage” period — called wo-dui in Chinese mandarin — the leaves are sorted into piles and covered with damp cloths. Water is sprayed on occasionally to keep the environment constantly humid. Different producers have their own standardized method and preferences, such as the size of the pile, level of humidity and the length of the process in order to produce signature results among their respective products.

 After the wo-dui process is complete, the leaves are steamed and then stuffed in wicker baskets weighing 50 jins (25 kg / 55 lbs) per. We also process it in 250-gram compressed tuo (bird’s nest) form. It is usually a relatively inexpensive tea, although decades old specimen can fetch pretty pennies. As with other types of post-fermented teas, Liubao can withstand a long aging period that tends to mellow out its flavors and texture. It is also thought to be a home remedy for aiding digestions and for curing various mild illnesses. Especially helps loosing weight and lower high cholesterol.

 A tradition during the Lunar New Year celebration in China, worshipers visiting the Buddhist temples would receive packets of tea with red paper in it. These packets are commonly known as Pin-an cha (roughly means tea for “blessing” or “peace of mind”) and are filled with Liubao tea.

 Larger and more whole leaves with some twigs. The color is deep brown and it smells like fresh wood / bark with a tinge of chocolate. The liquor is almost opaque-brown and high in clarity. Medium to full body with a silky smooth texture. A simple tasting tea, yet this woody and earthy tea has a charming sweet aftertaste and a hint of metallic taste. Enjoyed for 8 infusions, though the tea could go for a few more steepings.

 Liubao compressed tea has a naturally full bodied taste with an undertone of nuttiness. Blended with peach, this tea becomes a sweet delight and a fan favorite. If you lean towards fruitier flavors and are looking for a tea with a hint of sweetness, this could be the perfect match. Looking for an aromatic tea? The aromas of earthy Liubao compressed tea and delicately luscious peach will win you over in a heart beat.

 Liubao compressed teas are known for their high antioxidant levels making them a fighter of free radical damage from exposure to toxins, pollutants, smoking and other chemicals. Antioxidants are known for their ability to boost the immune system, lowering risks of infection and some cancers. They are also excellent for heart health. Liubao compress tea is as hydrating as water and hence can contribute to your recommended daily water intake.

 210 F

 2-3 minutes infusion

 2tsp per 6 oz water

 The Team at Guilin Tea Research Institute encourages you to experiment with the length of steep time and the amount of tea leaves to find your desired brew strength.

 Try this as an iced tea with slices of peach for a delicious take on this precious tea.

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