2014 Kun Jin Gan Lai

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"Ku Jin Gan Lai" - When The Bitterness has Finished, The Sweetness begins. This is an old Chinese idiom basically expressing - When the hard times are over, the good times just at the beginning. The sensation from it's tea liqueur brewed from spring leafs , is the same as the name states. At the very beginning is a bit bitter with some astringency but that changes into sweet tea with flowery aroma

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Tea Cake357g
OriginMeng Hai
Crafted byYi Cun Guang Yin
Tea MaterialArbor tree ( Qiao Mu )
Year2014
SeasonSpring

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The spring tea material from arbor trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Man Mai village and later stone pressed into the cake . 

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2014 Kun Jin Gan Lai

2014 Kun Jin Gan Lai

"Ku Jin Gan Lai" - When The Bitterness has Finished, The Sweetness begins. This is an old Chinese idiom basically expressing - When the hard times are over, the good times just at the beginning. The sensation from it's tea liqueur brewed from spring leafs , is the same as the name states. At the very beginning is a bit bitter with some astringency but that changes into sweet tea with flowery aroma

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