Loose autumn sheng pu-erh tea 25-1000g.
Autumn harvest 2011 from Yi Wu arbor trees pressed into 2kg brick fitted in bamboo made basket. Very settled and sweet taste with touch of plums with very first infusion. Clean yellow tea soup has an energy although not like fresh autumn teas.
The autumn harvest of small arbors and bush tea leafs from Bu Lang mountain. Tea soup is slightly bitter and sweet . Not as rich as spring leafs but it does last few infusions. Between 2-5 brewing you'll get most of fun, after that the time of steeping must to be extended each time. It's a good seasonal drinker for reasonable price.
Autumn harvest from small village near to the Myanmar borders in approx 1800m alt. The tea production is very limited there due to the steep hills around and only small area is covered by young arbor tea trees ( 70-150 y ). Surprisingly this autumn sheng pu-erh hold it's sweetness for good 8+ steps and also has "hui gan" to offer. Very good price compare...