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    Other shapes of tea , like pellets "cha tou" , small tea balls or tea in tangerine.

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      Shu pu-erh tea naturally pressed during the fermentation into the pellets called "cha tou" with balanced overall taste -  not too dry. It takes around 3 infusions before pellets start to give full and rich tea soup which lasts for next 10 steps. The medium fermented shu has sweet tea liquor is sweet with touch of old wood with sweet sensation under tongue...

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      Hand pressed and rolled into the dragon balls "Xiao Long Zhu" varying from 8-10g. Tea leafs from old arbor tree release dark gold liqueur with pleasant front bitterness and touch of sweet plums. "Hui gan" will show up very fast but "Sheng Jing" comes around after 4th infusion and will buzz its sugar sensation in both sides under your tongue for very long...

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      "jin ya" golden buds , visible on this shu pu-erh naturally pressed into the pellets and stored in Menghai for few years. Medium fermentation and not too dry storage guarantees the smooth taste without any " scratchy sand in throat" feeling. Tea liquor with touch of coconut ( scent can be smelled from hot lid of gaiwan as well ) and thanks to rich amount...

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      Shu pu-erh pressed into the small tangerine is very good daily drinker. The nice combination bitter-sweet shu pu with citrus flavor will get more intensive after few infusions when the tea inside of tangerine gets properly soaked. Pour the hot water directly into the large opening when dark shu will come out from the small one on the other side.

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      Shu pu-erh pressed into the big tangerine . Because of it's size we recommend to take tea from the fruit and brew it separately together with only pieces of the tangerine skin. Putting all tangerine into the gaiwan, would be too much. You can also add more skin into the gaiwan in order to control the amount of citrusy notes based on your taste preference.

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      If you think that tea farmers are drinking their very good gu shu cha with the lunch or dinner, you are wrong. The "huang pian" yellow leafs which being selected out from pu-erh tea after all processing are used as daily drinker for farmers. This one particularly is a selection from old tea trees. And it does have some deep notes of caramel and honey.

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      Takes few steepings to make this approx.0.5-0.7g "cha gao" tea paste start dissolve properly. Its very "user friendly" as you can easily control the thickness of each infusion and no need any strainer, since there are no leafs or dust. Special glass tea pots are designed go those "cha gao" but of course you can brew it the way you like or can.

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      Shu pu-erh from Xiaguan company made for Tibetan monks. Pressed tuo in traditional mushroom shape gives clean dark red tea soup which is rich and sweet . Nice dry storage with woody notes giving to tea an old taste. Although this tuo is not that old, but it had gone through the aging process which is noticeable in taste.

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      Takes few minutes to make this approx. 0.6-0.8g "cha gao" tea paste start dissolve properly. Its very "user friendly" as you can easily control the thickness of each infusion and no need any strainer, since there are no leafs or dust. Special glass teapots are designed go those "cha gao" but of course you can brew it the way you like or can. No bitterness...

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      Around 500g of Guogan sheng pu-erh tea from small arbor trees hard pressed into the bamboo. Rich and bitter,astringent tea soup offers sweet "hui gan" in many complex ways. Strong taste of bitter leafs might put off the many puerh tea drinkers, but there is a hidden fruitiness behind it which we like and so put this one in our shop.

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      An Hua Hei Cha originally from Hu Nan province. The wet storage notes can be experienced even from the dry leafs and so in overall taste. In certain way it reminds Liu Bao a bit, but wetness is not that harsh and diminishes after few steepings. Liquor has  sweet-ish characteristics with gentle touch of honey-nutty notes.

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      An unique post processing of An Hua hei cha. Tea leafs roasting on the wood have an intensive deep scent of nuts and dark chocolate with smokey background with hint of walnut shell. It is basically similar to the our Charcoal Roasted Tan Bei , just you might experience some notes of bamboo.

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