"Bulangshan Shu" is a good choice to boost your daytime energy.
This 357-gram cake has medium density consisting of pressed brown leaves, thin cuttings and reddish tips.
The fragrance is restrained, woody and balsamic.
The infusion is dark and has a reddish and chestnutty colour.
Taste and aroma
The bouquet of the tea is mature and has a woody, bready and nutty taste. The tea also has spicy, balsamic and milky notes.
The aroma is warm and woody.
The taste is mellow, velvety and sweetish with a slight bitterness.
Brew the tea in hot water (95°C) in a gaiwan or a teapot made of porous clay. The proportion is 7-8 g per 100 ml. The time of the first infusion is about 10 seconds. After that, do short infusion (just for 1 second) increasing the infusion time for each subsequent infusion, if necessary. You can infuse the tea up to approximately 8 times.