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

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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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      Organic Matcha Green Tea powder from tea plantations located in Jiangxi province. Very fresh and vegetal aroma ,  grassy notes and dominant unami. The producer holds few Organic certificates but not EU one, although they claim to export to Europe as well.

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      "Sui Yin Zi" shattered silver - in translation, which comes from the shape reminding silver nuggets used as currency dated back to Song dynasty and before. Shu puerh tea leaves pressed through the sort of mince machine where output are long spaghetti like threads  which are heat dried in oven and broken into these small granules. It is solely mechanical...

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      Purple variety sheng pu-erh from Pu'er area hand rolled and pressed into the " Dragon balls" . Purple-ish tea liquor is sweet with touch of peaches and wild flowers in combination with slight bitterness and astringency ( which can adjust by temp. and steeping time )  making it well balanced. Without that , we believe, it would be just too sweet and not...

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      Sheng pu-erh from Xiaguan company made for Tibetan monks. Pressed tuo in traditional mushroom shape gives clean golden color tea soup which is rich bitter and sweet aftertaste . As typical for this tea , also slight smoky notes are in present but not that heavy. Still young tea suitable for storage but also pleasant to drink now. 

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      Dark fermented shu puerh from zi ya purple variety tea leafs growing in Puer area . Hand rolled and pressed into the 6 - 8g dragon balls "long zhu". Ruby red dark tea liqour which starts to appear after 3rd steeping when leafs start to loosing up, and then it goes on and on and on, when eventually dark chocolate notes will fade away or you will just get...

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      Spring harvest from young arbor tea trees growing around village Qian Jia Zhai. Takes good 2-3 infusions to convince this hand pressed ball spread inside the teapot or gaiwan and start to release it's goodness. Slight smokey notes are noticeable when leafs are hot but not much appears in taste itself. honey fragnance from cooled down gaiwan lid is very...

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      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...

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      Naturally scented by steaming through the jasmine flowers so the tea leafs absorb the aroma which stays in them during the further processing. No chemicals added! Very good for those who have been put off by the earthy notes of general shu puerh or for people who like jasmine. Very convenient for brewing since small pellets are hard pressed. No need...

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      Gong ting shu puerh in tangerine needs 2 - 3 long infusions to make the fruit skin soften up and tea leafs start to release some decent liquid. Slow pouring into the small opening will increase efficiency of brewing and for last infusions also can cut skin by small scissors to get most of the shu inside. Typical citrusy taste shu puerh for winter evenings...

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      Autumn harvest from small trees hand pressed into the approx 8g small dragon balls " long zhu ". Despite of the autumn, this sheng give surprisingly many sweet infusions dominated by fruity notes with touch of flowers , which is typical for that area. Clean processing and the yellow leaves " huang pian " in presence gain on the mellow taste.

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      Autumn harvest from the Yang Ta tea plantations , white tea Yue Guang Bai hand pressed into the dragon balls in variable weight 6 - 7g.  No need more than three infusions to let the ball open and start to release honey fruity aroma which goes in taste as well. Flowery notes " hua xiang " might appear in some stepping at the back of the tongue and vapor...

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