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      Spring harvest from Lincang , then processed and stored in Shanxi province. Classical mixed tea material of young and old arbor trees of Mengku . The beautiful scent of wood ,caramel and nuts comes out from teapot after first infusion, but don't expect the same sensation in your cup. Although its a hei cha , the taste reminds more like some old sheng puer...

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      The tea has unique scent of fresh nuts and old wood, very pleasant and full in mouth, sweet and mellow with touch of wild honey and almonds. Jin Hua - golden flower, which is fungus purposely grown by special way of fermentation and it gives the tea unique sweet & sour taste. There are many articles about positive effects to human body of this fungus,...

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      Drying Chinese cabbage on wooden bench in small minority village with wild honey notes would be a sort of description of the scent coming out from your pot with first infusion. Although doesn't sound attractive but must say overall fragrance has a sweet base and so it is the taste.The most important part is the Lotus leafs which are pressed with tea and...

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      The Shanxi Hei Cha with decent  presence of "jin hua"-the golden flowers - the cultivated fungus officially called Cordyceps militaris which is beneficial to human's health in many aspects and surely more info is searchable on internet, The dry tea leafs are stored 2-3 years before pressed into this brick, so tea is actually 2014 or so. That would explain...

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      Sichuan Heicha made for Tibetan. Soft pressed 500g brick with some large stems so can be easily chipped off without any tool. Although the tea is not too old it gives very nice sweet taste from very beginning. Slight caramel notes with very light touch of wood and nuts all the way through the many cups. Gentle sour fruity background can be experienced...

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      Produced and stored in Lhasa ( Tibet ) iron hard pressed tea brick in chocolate pattern. You will need to have a good puer pick and be very careful to not harm yourself when chipping off this 248g Hei Cha brick. Gentle smokiness would emerge from gaiwan in first steeping but not noticeable in tea itself. Slight honey and caramel-woody notes are dominated...

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      Similar to 2013 .Drying Chinese cabbage on wooden bench in small minority village with wild honey notes would be a sort of description of the scent coming out from your pot with first infusion. Although doesn't sound attractive but must say overall fragrance has a sweet base and so it is the taste.The most important part is the Lotus leafs which are...

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      Spring 2nd harvest "lao ye" old tea leafs and "huang pian" yellow leafs from small arbor tea trees growing on Yang Ta mountain. This light pressed 5g brick wrapped in handmade Dai paper releases very sweet honey-ish tea with fruity notes. A year of storage in Jinggu has promoted the aging a bit so it is different from the traditional Kunming stored white...

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