Immortal Diamond | Wulong Tea
Available in 10 ct. packages only. Very limited quantity.
A uniquely geometric tea with a soft texture and clean, cooling, mineral character. The floral aroma is symphonic in its performance and worth the price of admission alone.
Each cube is individually wrapped in paper and is approximately 9 grams (1.5" square).
Produced on June 3, 2021, by Zeng Puyu from Middle Pacific Village, Long Yan City, Fujian. The Chinese name for the tea is Zhang Ping Shui Xian. Zhang Ping is where the tea originally came from and Shui Xian (translation: Water Immortal) is the cultivar used. Ms. Zeng’s garden is named “Huoshao Liao” (translation: Burning Hut) where she only uses organic practices.
Ingredients: wulong tea
Unwrap and place one whole cube (approximately 9 grams) into a 150ml gaiwan, use boiling water and steep as follows:
- Rinse - 10 seconds (discard this steep)
- 1st Steep – 1 minute (it takes time to open the leaves up)
- 2nd Steep – 15 seconds
- 3rd Steep – 20 seconds
- 4th Steep – 25 seconds
- 5th Steep – 45 seconds
- 6th Steep – 90 seconds
- (Or steep it however you want)
Western Steeping Instructions
Not recommended, but if you wish, break off a 3 gram chunk, place it in your steeping device and steep using boiling water for 5 minutes.