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    Dried and roasted kernels of barley can be brewed same as tea leaves with hot water. Intensive aroma and so the taste of coffee , yet caffeine free hot drink you can enjoy in the evening. The roast minimalize the acrylamide , yet this product is not suitable for people with gluten- or grain-free diet! It is used as part of traditional Chinese medicine and...

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    Like Tieguanyin by its appearance and nettle tea in taste , would be a brief description of those semi tight rolled light roasted mulberry leaves. It is not as sour as nettle tea can be , but it could turn more bitter if brewed too long. As with herbal tea is common, the taste is not as important as the health effects , which we do not describe on our...

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    Simao ( Puer )  coffee , Catimor Arabica . Comes medium roast in 454g packaging.

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    Spring harvest tea leaves plucked in ratio 1 tip and 1 or 2 leaves from plantations on Bang Lang Shan ( local name for the mountain ) located on Ailao mountain in Jing Dong.  Light withering is visible from green color of the leaves. This processing gives space for further aging which causes flowery-herbal notes transforming to fruity sweet ones. Produced...

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    Very interesting black tea from our Dan Cong farmer.  Honey scent with woody notes . The crispy clear golden tea liquor has very sweet and fruity body leaving pleasant sensation in your mouth right after the first cup.

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    Spring harvest of tea leafs from young arbor trees growing on Nan Nuo mountain near Ba Ma village. Typical combination of gentle bitter and sweet honey notes in the aftertaste coming from the back of the throat. Longer or harder infusions will reveal the young age of tea trees by it's astringency , which will be diminishing with long term storage (...

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    Spring harvest of tea leafs from old arbor trees growing on Nannuo mountain near Ba Ma village. Combination of gentle bitter and sweet honey notes in the aftertaste coming from the back of the throat. Longer or harder infusions can hit  you with bitterness yet will reward with deeper and more complex aftertaste. We also offer cheaper version of this tea...

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    Annual Danzhu from the first harvest of old tea trees on Wuliang mountain. Don't judge tea based on appearance because yes, it is all what those trees have. Mixture of wild varietal and huang pian in presence , that gives the most complex taste you can get from that area. You might experience slight smoky impression in first couple of infusions , just...

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    Yellow tea leafs " huang pian "from Lincang, hard pressed into around 8g flat mini brick , individually packed ( sealed ) so protected from the moisture , convenient for traveling and slowing down the oxidation same time. Means it is ageing slower. Sweet taste with touch of green apple skin in notes , without smoky notes as those are common with huang...

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    Gong ting shu puerh in tangerine needs 2 - 3 long infusions to make the fruit skin soften up and tea leafs start to release some decent liquid. Slow pouring into the small opening will increase efficiency of brewing and for last infusions also can cut skin by small scissors to get most of the shu inside. Typical citrusy taste shu puerh for winter evenings...

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    First spring harvest tea tips picked from plantations on Bang Lang Shan ( local name for the mountain ) located on Ailao mountain in Jing Dong.  Light withering is visible from green color of the leaves. This processing gives space for further aging which causes flowery-herbal notes transforming to fruity sweet ones. Produced by local family run small tea...

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    First spring harvest from young arbor tea trees growing nearby village Ban Pen. Fruity aroma and so the front taste with typically bitter backround and honey sweet aftertaste in sense of "hui gan" . This one is classified as a sweet version of Ban Pen tea as there is also the bitter one, which we found too harsh for western market. Very good puer for long...

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