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.
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.
This is the 2nd batch of "Da Ye" - big leaf , Sheng Puer from famous Mengku Rongshi tea factory which was stored there till 2020. Local climate in Mengku imprinted some slight wet notes rounding the original smokiness into the sweetness. The cake is more transformed ( aged taste ) than the previous batch we offered. Flowery notes were nicely transformed...
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 (...
Actual weight is 2940g due to the aging and some broken bits which we had tried to get a picture of the taste after 8 years of storage in Kunming. Sweet honey notes with bitter and slight astringent background due to the young age of small arbor tea trees from Nannuo mountain. Very good material for continuous aging or drinkable for those who love tea...
Spring arbor tea material from Bulang mountain processed in Man Xin Long village and pressed into cake by stone. Clean tea soup is sweet and woody with gentle touch of flowers notes and sweet dry fruits . You might experience slightly dry mouthfeel at the back of the tongue during the first infusions , but later it changes into the pleasant "hui gan"...
The spring tea leafs harvested from young arbor tea trees growing on Bada mountain near to Man Pa Le village. Very subtle plummy taste with touch of apricots balanced with slight bitterness as typical for the Ba Da teas. Slight dry sensation on top of the tongue reflects the young age of te trees. Despite of that still good aged sheng puerh for it's price.
The spring tea material from Bada mountain soft pressed into the 100g. Once you pour the hot water over the dry tea leafs , the aroma will remind you what is "all the puerh tea about" - the storage. Honey sweet fragnance with touch of plums and apricots also gets in mouthfeel right after 2dn infusion. Slightly bitter and astringent due to the origin of...
Tea leafs and big buds "Ya Bao" from spring wild trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Man Pa Le village and stone pressed into the cake . Very soft tea with no bitterness , full in mouth with scent of wild forest and fast distinctive "hui gan".