hello, this is my first post. I'm Simon. Daniel knows, who I am. I have a problem with my pu-erh tea: How can I break it? I couldn't find any information on the website. Thank you.
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It is very nice to hear from you. Please find a butter knife and hold it towards the front, so that you can have better control of the knife. To break the tea cake, you can stick the knife into the tea cake along the edge of the tea cake and do this a few times. After doing this, the tea cake should split into half. Then, you can use your hand and the knife to break the tea cake into small pieces, but try to maintain the original shape of the tea cake. Once the tea cake is broken into small pieces, the best way to age it is to put them into a Yixing clay jar; otherwise, you can put it into paper bags or carton box. It is important to take note that once the tea cake is broken, wait one week before making the tea. This will allow the tea cake to breath.