Other loose tea leafs 25-1000g.
Moonlight ( yue guang bai / 月光白)The white tea which comes from Jinggu County of Yunnan province. Unlike tea from small bushes, this one has a pretty large leaves. The spring harvest from big arbor trees ( around six feet tall ). The tea is slightly fruity with mild sweet, honey texture and smooth flavor.
"Mi Tao Xiang" in translation is the scent of peaches, which is the dominating texture of this tea. The tea soup is bitter in front but gets sweet lingering feeling on side of the tongue which overall turns to the peachy-ish mouth feel. you need to be careful with the breiwing technique , to not turn the tea into the bitter tasteless water.
You have to be very careful with amount of putting into the gai wan and time of brewing. The dry leafs release flavor very quickly and its quite easy to get it oversteeped and bitter. The red-pink tea liquor is slightly bitter ( more than other dan cong teas we sell ), but it does have very pleasant sweet taste after.
Noticeable "dui wei" flavor of the fermentation with heavy earthy notes. Medium dark red tea liqueur leaves sweet sensation in mouth right after the first cup. The fermented tea leafs can be steeped many times ( 20 ish ) and still give the sweet mouth feel.
Strong and heavy earthy notes will flow through your nose while brew first few infusions and and bitter sensation would be in present same time ,which would significantly fade away after 3-4th infusion and ruby red tea liquor starts to kick sugar in back of your tongue with woody scent in your nose.
Da bai hao （White tea / 大白毫）Selection from autumn harvest of buds from tea shrubs plucked in Jinggu, one of the famous producing white tea areas in China, with more than 300 years tea history.This tea is slightly fruity, mildly sweet, with wild flower texture and smooth flavor. The liquor is bright yellow in color.
Ya Bao is usually used as additional ingredient for black or pu-erh tea. It gives sweetness to the bitter tea and bring forest ( wild scent ) notes. The scent of flowers in early spring comes out from the glass or pitcher although these are from autumn. This is more affordable version of our Gao Li Gong Shan Ya Bao.
Da Bai hao （White tea / 大白毫）Selection from spring harvest.of buds from small arbor trees and bush tea plucked in Jinggu, one of the famous producing white tea areas in China, with more than 300 years tea history. This tea is not as sweet as autumn one, but more floral and fruity. The liquor is bright yellow in color.
The larvae eating tea leafs and leaving the droppings behind which is being pan fried / processed as a tea. The scent old basement Liubao notes which in taste those appear to be very smooth. Various brewing methods can be applied with very small amount of tea being used. 1-2g in 100-120ml gaiwan, or 1g in 200ml pitcher , or 1g in the strainer with pouring...