Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes from 6g to 3kg.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes from 4g to 20g
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes 100g.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes 200 - 250g.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes 357g.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes 380 - 400g.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes 500g.
Sheng pu-erh tea pressed into the cakes bigger than 500g.
Two to three leafs and bud selection of spring harvest from 70-100 years old arbor trees in Pa Sha mountain which elevates from 1200 to 2000m alt. Fresh tea leafs processed by hand and then traditionally pressed by stone. This medium pressed tea cake gives a slight bitter, but not much astringent , tea soup followed by pleasant warming sweet aftertaste.
The spring tea leafs from the old trees in area in 1900m.alt picked in early spring. In ratio 2-3 leafs / one bud in medium pressed tea cake.Unique flavor of flowers without any astringency or bitterness .The yellow tea soup is clean and bright giving smooth and rich sweet floral taste in full mouth following by intensive "Hui Gan" all the way down the...
Spring tea leafs of small arbor tea trees growing in Yi Wu mountain area . Fresh leafs were processed by local minorities in small village Xin Fa located around 1300 m.alt. This 357g pu-erh tea cake is medium pressed traditionally way by stone. Brewed leafs release slight bitter tea liqour but that changes to sweet "hui gan" with floral notes right after...
Spring tea leafs from arbor trees in Wu Liang mountain , processed by hand and pressed into medium press tea cake in Qi Li village by local master. The tea with beautiful scent of flowers has a clear liqueur with touch of fruits giving quite sweet, but slow "hui gan".
Spring arbor tea leafs from Bulang mountain hard pressed into the cake in Man Xin Long village by small local tea manufacturer in 2012. Clean tea liquor with slight notes or roasted nuts is gentle bitter from beginning , then turns to pleasant sweet aftertaste "hui gan". Overall warming session with individual "qi" potential.
Arbor tree tea material from Bada mountain in Menghai, processed in Zhang Lang village and medium pressed into the cake. Honey fragrance tea soup has a sweet beginning with slight bitter end. There is a also bit of astringency sensation after few steps but followed with sweet mouth feel after.
Medium-hard pressed tea cake from arbors growing in Jingmai mountain processed in Weng Wa village has a bit smoky scent with touch of pine trees which gets more intensive during the brewing. Very well stored and the right condition for aging still preserved original Jingmai fruitiness with sweet mouthfeel followed by "hui gan" aftertaste.
Very limited amount of these tea cakes of spring arbor leafs from Mengku area. Hand processed in Po Jiao village and medium pressed and wrapped into simple wrap without any print. The dark-ish but clear tea soup has a typical smoky scent and hint of flowers. Full mouth feeling with touch of honey and very sweet after taste under tongue. Slow and...
"Da Ye" - big leaf , Sheng Puer from famous Mengku Rongshi tea factory. Spring harvest of big tea leaf variety is processed and pressed by stone in tea factory into the 500g cake. Tea with very light smoky scent and slow , but lasting Hui Gan. Kunming dry stored for many years and has developed settled matured taste .
Tea material from arbor trees growing on Pa Sha mountain and processed in local village Zhong Zhai , later traditionally stone pressed into the cake in Menghai tea processing company. Medium hand processed by stone tea cake consists spring tea leafs plucked in 2015. Within the first infusion the powerful tea soup gives unusual taste of wild mushrooms (...
"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...