Bamboo tube Pu-erh tea

Bamboo tube Pu-erh tea refers to the tea in bamboo tube. The Hani, Dai, etc. living in Yunnan will take bamboo tube tea as a part of their meals. The specific method is to cook the fresh leaves in a pot and the tea leaves will become soft. Then, spread the tea leaves on the bamboo curtain, rub the tea leaves, and roll the tea leaves into strands. At this time, put the cord into a bamboo tube, squeeze the tea leaves with a stick, and finally seal it.

Tea leaves are fermented in bamboo tubes. About a quarter or so, the fermentation of the tea has been almost the same, and the color of the tea has changed from green to yellow. At this time, people will split the bamboo tube, take out the tea, and let the tea dry naturally in a well-ventilated place. After the tea is dried, put the tea in a crock, add sesame oil, and soak the sesame oil in the tea leaves. The bamboo tea made in this way may become a dish.

The production of bamboo tube Pu-erh tea is similar to that of traditional bamboo tube tea. However, there are particularities in tea. Puer tea in bamboo tube is regarded as a type of Pu-erh tea. After you get the bamboo tube tea, take the tea leaves out of the bamboo tube and brew it in a cup to get a unique bamboo tube tea. The fragrance of Pu-erh tea is mixed with the fragrance of bamboo tube to make the tea taste richer.

Bamboo tube Pu-erh tea has the characteristics of both tea and bamboo. The tea is delicate and is called “girl tea”. Compared with Pu-erh medium-term tea, bamboo tube Pu-erh tea has different audiences. With its fresh bamboo fragrance, bamboo tube tea has won the favor of some tea friends. Pu-erh medium-term tea has a mellow stale taste for a long time. Some bamboo teas also have a sticky aroma. When these tea leaves are steamed, glutinous rice is placed under the tea leaves.

 

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