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    Shi Dun

    Shi Dun
    in translation means something like " keep this moment" , which would be a main drinking tea philosophy of founder
    of this small pu-erh tea company based in Kunming.
    Lia , the founder, believes in good quality tea and focusing that way.
    With many years of experience in tea business she has learned how how to select right tea material and sel...

    Shi Dun
    in translation means something like " keep this moment" , which would be a main drinking tea philosophy of founder
    of this small pu-erh tea company based in Kunming.
    Lia , the founder, believes in good quality tea and focusing that way.
    With many years of experience in tea business she has learned how how to select right tea material and sell it right way. 

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      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".

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      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".    

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      Shi Dun shu pu-erh fermented and pressed into the cake in Menghai then stored in Kunming. Tea liqueur is clean dark red ,thick, creamy sweet taste with hint of dry nuts. It's a typical Meng Hai flavor and vry good daily drinker.

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      Spring harvest of small arbor trees from Nan Nuo mountain pressed into the 357g cake gives fruity scent from the hot gaiwan when dry leafs are in before the first infusion. Chrysantenium scent can be experienced from the lid of gaiwan but not in tea it self. It still hasn't developed its real taste since the young age and origin of the tea leafs.

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      Old yellow leaves from old tea trees growing on Lao Wu Shan mountain. Sweet tea liqour with significant honey notes which can be gained with extending a steeping time. The old yellow tea leafs can be brewed in gaiwan , teapot or even being boiled in cattle as tea farmers do. Increasing amount of tea leafs, longer time of each infusion the bitter notes...

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      Spring harvest from small arbor tea trees growing on Wuliang mountain medium hard pressed into the 357g cake. There is no any significant front sweetness or buzzing "sheng jing" but if you are an experienced pu-erh tea drinker you will taste the throat sweet "hui gan" sensation behind the light smokey notes. It's a very suitable tea for long time storage.

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      Very successful harvest of young arbor trees in Mengku area. The tea soup has nice honey sweet taste which changes to the "hui gan" after. We were comparing the 2017 autumn harvest from exactly the same tea garden and half year  transformation in Kunming suggests that this is the right model for your stash. It's very drinkable now, but give it few years...

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      Da Lao Wu is the name for this 200g medium pressed tea cake made of spring leafs from old arbor trees growing on Laowu Shan. Very mellow tea soup without any astringency or bitterness . Light sour touch from first sip will turn to intensive "sheng jing" buzzing around the tongue. After few cups "hui gan" will also show up and overall sweet mouth sensation...

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      Spring harvest from around 150 years old arbor tea trees growing around the Bang Wai village. Flowery scent and bitter-sweet tea liquor will "pinching" the sides of your tongue, decent "hui gan". A slight astringency might appear when oversteeping but generally it's very pleasant tea to drink. Very good tea for storage. Loose leaf here

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      Spring harvest from arbor tea trees , which by locals is already called "gu shu". Very soft pressed cake with sweet and fruity ,  "sheng jing" lingers at the bottom of the tongue and back of the throat "hui gan" comes around eventually along with green apple skin notes. Can steep many times and longer infusions boost the sweetness without any astringency

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      Mixture of spring and autumn harvest of young arbor tea  tree leafs from Yiwu make this cake for reasonable price despite of the soaring costs of tea production from this area. Deep fermentation is revealed by very first infusion when nutty and dark chocolate notes pop out from your hot gaiwan and will remain in your mouth for good solid 6-8 steeping....

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      Spring harvest of small arbor tea trees from Xi Ding area were Ba Da Shan is located so it has the typical flavor profile. Bitter liqour brings this tea to rather those "throaty" pu-erhs where sweetness comes around in form of "hui gan" ,  spreading sweetnes in overall mouth as eating the green olives. This tea is not a daily drinker neither for beginners...

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