All tea-ware and tea in our online tea shop is assigned to the individual groups and subgroups based on it's characteristics. Some products can be linked to the multiple groups for better and user friendlier orientation when searching for the right tea or tea-ware. Button "Categories" narrows down our wide selection of tea and tea-ware to the mo...
All tea-ware and tea in our online tea shop is assigned to the individual groups and subgroups based on it's characteristics. Some products can be linked to the multiple groups for better and user friendlier orientation when searching for the right tea or tea-ware. Button "Categories" narrows down our wide selection of tea and tea-ware to the more specific subgroups.
Yunnan puerh tea producers, tea farmers or small manufacturers.
Tea vendors who are not only re-sell the tea from farmers but also create their own brand
using their selection of tea materials for pressing them into the tea cakes
or processing fermentation by their own recepies and therefore creating the tea with unique flavor.
Handmade Yunnan pottery or pottery from other provinces.
Pottery from masters or small manufacturers which produces each piece as unique original.
Pu-erh tea or Pu'er is a variety of fermented tea produced in Yunnan province,China,
and named after Pu'er City.The Pu-ehr tea is know for its unique method
of post processing like natural microbial fermentation and oxidation of the tea leaves. Yunnan sheng pu-erh tea from Counties: Bao Shan, De Hong, Lin Cang, Pu'er ( Simao ) and Xi Shuang Ban Na.
Shu ( ripe ) or Shou Pu-Erh tea. The wò duī fermentation process is an accelerated fermentation into "ripe" shou cha. Originally developed by the Kunming Tea Factory
in 1973 and then continued by Menghai factory. Yunnan shu pu-erh tea from Menghai , Bao Shan, , Lin Cang, Pu'er ( Simao ) and Myanmar.
In Chinese black tea
is known as "red tea" (Chinese 紅茶 hóngchá ).
As all other types are made from leaves
of the shrub (or small tree) Camellia sinensis and
in China is a commonly used classification
for post-fermented teas, such as Pu-erh tea.
Yunnan black tea from Fengqing, Puer or Baoshan.
Chinese black tea from other provinces , Fujian or Guangdong.
Green tea ( 绿茶 ) is made from Camellia sinensis leaves that have not undergone
the same withering and oxidation applied as for oolong tea and black tea.
Numerous claims have been made for the health benefits of green tea,
but nothing was clearly proved. Yet , daily consumption of green tea has been associated with a lower risk of death from cardiovascular disease. Yunnan green tea from Simao or Lincang.
Various types of teas which don't fit into the regular categories.
Mixture of Pu'erh tea with flowers and herbs or other teas.
Necessary equipment used for brewing and consumption of tea.
Tea pots or tea cups for your gongfu tea ceremony,
tea strainers , gaiwans, packaging materials etc.
Tea sorted in categories by shape.
First coffee beans were brought to Yunnan by French missionary
back in 19th century but modern cultivation started
by Chinese 1988. Areas of production are Puer ( Simao ) ,
Baoshan, Menglian and Dehong and all coffee in Yunnan province i
s Arabica and Catimor (hybrid Caturra -Timor ) varietal.
Hand made 160ml gaiwan . Made by Yunnan ethnic minority "Dai Zu " - Dai people. Carved Dai calligraphy on the body gaiwan and different patterns on the lid. Gaiwan is discounted because uneven circle shape. This doesn't have any influence on function, it's only esthetical issue visible from certain angle.
High grade green tea made of fresh spring buds and small leafs picked in Puer area. Bitter sweet tea liquor is rich in flavor offering nutty scent with touch of the coconut while pouring a hot water on the tea buds.This is an organic version of our existing Xue Long ( Snow Dragon ) which is top grade.
Da Lao Wu is the name for spring leafs from arbor trees around 300 years old growing in Laowu Shan area and pressed into the 200g cake. Very mellow tea soup without any astringency or bitterness . Light sour touch from first sip will turn to intensive "sheng jing" buzzing around the tongue. After few cups "hui gan" will also show up and overall sweet...
Spring harvest from around 150 years old arbor tea trees growing around the Bang Wai village. Flowery scent and bitter-sweet tea liquor will "pinching" the sides of your tongue, decent "hui gan". A slight astringency might appear when oversteeping but generally it's very pleasant tea to drink. Very good tea for storage. Loose leaf here
Spring harvest from around 200 years old arbor trees , which by locals is already called "gu shu". Very soft pressed cake with sweet and fruity , "sheng jing" lingers at the bottom of the tongue and back of the throat "hui gan" comes around eventually along with green apple skin notes. Can steep many times and longer infusions boost the sweetness without...
No any fancy packaging but decent material pressed into the 2x250 (240)g bricks consisting mainly "huang pian" - yellow leafs from Big Snow Mountain area. Sweet from beginning with honey notes and very slight touch of smokiness which dissapears after 2-3 infusion. Very good daily drinker for huang pian lovers.
High grade yellow tea made of fresh spring buds and small leafs picked in Puer area. Honeyish notes with touch of sweet corn would be overall rough description. This yellow tea is quite different from Huo Shan Huang Ya , we also offer. The taste quite reminds light processed Dianhong black tea in certain way. We believe it's caused by processing rather...
The scent of the pine forest will come up out from the pitcher when you pour hot water into the pitcher and so in taste. Sweet and slightly sour notes at the back of your tongue can be experienced in some infusions. These "ya bao" come from wild tea trees growing in Bao Shan area.
Blend of spring 2017 and autumn 2016 harvest from young and old trees ( 100-150 years age ) growing in the mountains at 2000 m.alt . near to Myanmar borders. Tea has been processed in Nuo Fu village by La Hu people. The "mao cha" has been stored in Kunming till autumn 2018 and then pressed by Yunnan Craft Tea company. Brewed tea can hold the sweetness...