About Rice Puer:
Toasted rice and tea have long been paired together, the popular genmaicha being one example. Rice tends to add a rich, nutty flavor that many people enjoy in a brew. Here we have blended toasted rice with a dark and earthy shou puer.
The processing method for shou puer is sometimes referred to as the Wu-dui (wet piling) style in which the tea is wet and fermented. The resulting brew is thick, smooth, and dark and holds up under many infusions.
Ingredients: Puer tea and toasted rice.
Dark smooth brew with a musky, earthy, and brown rice aroma.
Every tea is different and can be brewed in different ways. The chart below is not a hard-and-fast guide for brewing this tea, but rather a place to get started. Steeping time may vary based on your personal taste or on how many infusions have already been done. Experiment with the brewing of your tea to discover its unique character.
|Water Temp °F (°C)||Steep Time (minutes)||Number of Infusions||Quantity of Leaf (tsp / 8oz water)|