Shou Pu-erh Wild Cha Tou 熟 普洱茶 头 Region: China, Yunnan Harvest: 2015 Description: Tea is made from the leaves of wild tea trees that grow high in the mountains. Hence the name Wild Pu-erh. Lao Cha Tou, which means “old tea heads”, is a rather interesting product of the tea industry. In the production of pu-erh, and specifically, when tea raw materials are fermented, a kind of crust forms on the edges, which then crumbles into “pu-erh clumps”. These are the very old tea heads. Taste, aroma: The aroma of tea has notes of caramel, nuts and gingerbread. It starts with earthy notes and then they are reprlaced by spicy ones. The aftertaste of tea is remarkable for its amazing sweetness, which begins its way from the tip of the tongue, gradually going deeper into the throat. Useful properties: Tea helps to solve the problems of the gastrointestinal tract, stimulates blood formation. Regular use of the drink normalizes blood pressure and heart function, removes "bad" cholesterol from the body, and helps to reduce weight. Wild Cha Tou relieves drowsiness and fatigue, relaxes an over-excited body and tones up, gives the skin a healthy and fresh color. Brewing method: to brew this tea, you should use porcelain gaiwan, a porous clay teapot or glassware. The proportions of tea to water: 4-5 grams per 150 ml, pour with water no more than 95-100 ° C. For the first time, it is enough to brew for 6-8 seconds, then you can enjoy the drink. Tea is able to keep its refined aroma and taste for up to 4 or more brewings.