Ancient Pu-erh tea will re-steep up to 15 times. When re-steeping, allow an additional 5 seconds for each additional steep. If desirable, you may adjust the steeping time for a stronger taste or a lighter taste.

Tea Bags

Bring fresh water to a boil. Slowly pour 8 oz of water over a tea bag.
Steep the tea for 1-2 minutes. We encourage you to reuse our tea bags
multiple times.  Add one minute to each additional reuse.

​For iced tea, steep a tea bag for 3 minutes. Cool and pour over ice.


Tea Pot

1. Insert a tea spike or knife into the edge of the brick and then gently work it up and down until the tea loosens and
falls off.
2. Heat filtered water.
​3. Add about 3-5 grams per serving of tea to your teapot.4. Pour boiling water over tea to rinse, allow leaves to unfurl for 10-15 seconds to rinse. Then pour this water away.
5. Pour boiling water over tea to fill pot.
​6. Steep for 15 seconds, strain the tea directly into cups or decant tea through strainer into glass or porcelain server.





Easy Cups

1. Put 2 teaspoons of tea leaf or a piece of mini cake into the inner pot.
2. Pour boiling water over the tea and press the front of the lid slightly to lock.  Steep for 10-15 seconds.
3. Press the button to filter liquid into the pot; then pour this water away.
​4. Repeat step 2 and filter tea liquid into the pot, it is ready to drink.












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