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.
Winter harvest from small arbor tea trees mixed up with wild growing ones growing around the area. The wild tea leafs are less thick and durable then farmed ones so fragile during the processing. The touch of "ye sheng" sweet taste in combination of flowers well balanced with gentle bitterness. Not as good as our Mi Lang Xinag - wild , yet worth it's...
Light roasted Dan Cong made of big leafs. The light yellow tea soup is sweet with bitter touch right from the beginning. Flowery and light touch of almonds can be experienced during many infusions. Light roasted "qing xiang" Dan Cong whcih is the more affordable version of our previous Xing Ren Xiang - green , yet not much different in quality.
Autumn harvest from young arbor tea trees ( around 150 years old ) which called by locals Gu Shu , sourced directly from our tea farmer there. Area known for big leafs "Da Ye" and it's very specific taste whcih you can appreciate not only from expensive spring harvest. Sweet buzz under tongue "sheng jing" will occur after few cups and chrysantine with...
Not much poetry can be written about this medium pressed by stone 100g sheng puerh tea cake made of mostly Lincang material. There are also some wild varieties and purple "zi juan" blended in. You might experience slight smoky and flowery notes with touch of the fruits. Small arbor tea trees blended with some bush tea mao cha.
Hard pressed big melon tu cha from De Hong tea factory owning the plantations located around 2000m.alt. The slight mushroomy notes will reveal that it's not a completely Kunming storage , yet it's dry and fruity rather wet. Despite of it's a tai di cha you can get decent 8 steepings before it's starts fade away. Sweet and slight smokey flavor accompanied...
Winter production from our Wu Dong Shan tea farmer. Medium-dark roasted small tea leafs from arbor tea trees release significant aroma of chrysanthemum and lavender when steeped with hot water. That is also appearing in actual flavor with combination of light roasted nuts. You will appreciate the depth of sweetness of this pink-ish in color tea liqour...
Cocoa and chocolate notes will hit your nose even from hot gaiwan before you start to brew those small dark roasted tea leafs coming from Fujian prov. Solid body of thick black tea made of autumn harvest tea leafs. Very same taste of the spring version only slightly less powerful of course. It is still very good daily drinker for Lapsang Souchong tea lovers.
The wet notes of old grannie's basement are there but not as aggressive as in other Liubao teas can be. The loose tea leaf processed by semi-big tea company is showing the sweetness after 2nd cup. The sugar feeling lingering at the back of the tongue which spread in full mouth later. After 6th infusion or so, the wood notes will emerge while you exhale...