If you visit Chiang Mai, Thailand, there is a new place to get your puerh fix:
My wife's coffee shop, "Iris Café Nimman" (you can find it on Facebook or PM me) now serves a dozen of Chinese teas, including five Pu-erh teas.
Starting at 70 baht for 6 grams of young puerh "2019 Autumn Jingmai", up to 220 baht for 7 grams of 2003 Hong Kong Henry's "Serious Formula" 7542.
I also included in the menu some teas that I think are fairly priced when you include service:
- an everyday Longjing tea for 70 baht a teapot - no bitterness at all, roasted peanut taste is present
- a good 5 years old Liu-An for 80 baht a gongfu session (> 5 grams)
- a traditional Lapsang Soochong for 110 baht a teapot (1/2 a liter)
It's just to get you fix :
- it is not a tea shop, the main business is coffee and homemade cakes
- DIY gongfu sessions only, our staff are not trained to do a tea ceremony
The shop has also signature interesting coffees, for example Vietnamese Egg coffee.
Iris Café Nimman also has free parking lot - even for cars !
One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.