First harvest of Yunnan golden Needles. Yunnan Dianhong Black tea from Feng Qing made of spring tips of Yun Keng Shi Hao variety. The tea leafs are processed accurately and rolled with big tips together into the shape of needles. Big Golden Needles - Da Jin Zhen. Sweet with citrus notes and wild berries. It is bit different from the autumn version.
280ml pitcher made of borosilicate glass suitable for grandpa brewing style because has built in strainer at the top, which doesn't allow to leafs go into the cup during the pouring. Two colors of handle available. Please also note that they have bit different design of the strainer.
The first harvest of Yunnan high grade green tea made of tips only , locally known as "xue ya" - snow tips. Very similar to Snow Dragon " xue long " just not that curvy shaped , yet very close to the taste as well. Delicate, sweet taste and fragrant aroma. Its flavor is vegetable and nutty. Limited amount!
Yunnan high grade green tea mostly consisted of tips and small top leafs, locally known as "dan ya" - single tips or "Yu Luo" - Jade Screws. This tea is known as for its delicate, sweet taste and fragrant aroma. Its flavor is vegetable and nutty with touch of chicken soup ;-) . Limited amount!
1st flush green tea from Simao area. Small leafs and buds release nutty-ish green tea soup right after the 1st infusion with touch of fresh cut grass. Nice daily drinker for decent price which can please any green tea lover but also for sheng pu-erh lovers since it has some similarities.
Second harvest of spring green tea "tou chun " from Ning Er. Small size leafs and tips (1 or 2 leaf & 1 tip ) ratio. Pleasant nutty aroma from brewing vessel with touch of fresh cut grass. Slight bitter, rather mild tea creates sweet aftertaste , almost as the sheng puerh does.
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...
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.
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...
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...