Lao Cha Tou is formed during the fermentation process of puer tea. In the process, tea masters would flip and stir the tea leaves and as a result, the leaeves would clotted and formed stone-like piececs. Lao Cha Tou tastes smooth and bittersweet with a profound red dates taste. Because the tea leaves are tightly clotted together, it could be steep numerous time and still taste awesome.
First, heat the tea wares. Add in the suitable amount of tea, normally between 6 - 8g or according to personal preference. Next, use boiled water (95°C) to steep it for 20 to 30 seconds and it is ready to served.
Keep the tea in cool/room temperature and stay away from sunlight, moisture and odour.