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    Shu Pu-erh

    熟普洱茶
    Shu ( ripe ) or Shou Pu-Erh tea. The wò duī fermentation process is an accelerated fermentation into "ripe" shou cha. Originally developed by the Kunming Tea Factory 
    in 1973 and then continued by Menghai factory. Yunnan shu pu-erh tea from Menghai , Bao Shan, , Lin Cang, Pu'er ( Simao ) and Myanmar.

    熟普洱茶
    Shu ( ripe ) or Shou Pu-Erh tea. The wò duī fermentation process is an accelerated fermentation into "ripe" shou cha. Originally developed by the Kunming Tea Factory 
    in 1973 and then continued by Menghai factory. Yunnan shu pu-erh tea from Menghai , Bao Shan, , Lin Cang, Pu'er ( Simao ) and Myanmar.

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    • Dali

      Da Yi (大理)
      Da Li state is one of the famous parts of Yunnan Province.
      From historical part the area is well know for Nan Zhao Kingdom in A.D. 738-937. It's also famous for mountain Wu Liang Shan which big part of it belongs to Nanjian county of Dali State and it has been reliable source of high quality tea for well known companies like Xia Guan ( Xiaguan Tuo Cha ) for many years.

    • Baoshan

      保山
      Baoshan -  located in the west part of Yunnan because its cultural and economic influence became as
      one of the most important areas linked with northern part of Myanmar.
      As per recent archaeologists discoveries its suggested this is the one of the place
      where very first human race was born.
      Baoshan has a long history of civilization and about three thousand years ago
      locals already had established their kingdom, and the tea was the part of their diet.

    • Lincang

      临沧
      Lincang is one of important town of Yunnan Province.
      It’s located in the south-west of Yunnan. It’s the main gateway to Myanmar
      and since two thousand years ago Lincang has already became a very important town in Yunnan,
      whether in agriculture, trade or ethnic culture aspects. Lincang has been known as the old southern silk and tea route.

    • Pu'er ( Simao )

      普洱
      Puer is located in south part of Yunnnan and it's also called Simao ( mostly by locals ).
      From around a thousand years ago the Ancient Tea Route was a trade link
      from Pu'er to India via Tibet. The other one to the central China.
      That time all tea transfer by land was done by horses.

    • Xishuangbanna

      西双版纳
      Xishuangbanna is located in very south part of Yunnan. The name " Xi Shang Ban Na "
      comes from the ethnic language,
      it means Twelve Thousand Fields. XI Shuang Ban Na is linked with Laos and Myanmar.
      The six famous tea mountains are located in this prefecture which
      makes it the biggest producer of highly demanded pu-erh tea.

    • Myanmar

      Myanmar - officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar ,
      also known as Burma, is a sovereign state in the region of Southeast Asia.
      Myanmar is not really famous for the tea production
      but it has a few places like Guogan where old trees can be found.

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      USD 91.28 In Stock

      Legendary 7572 from 2010 can be found on Chinese market in many "versions" (fakes) so we buy all Da Yi teas only from authorised supplier. Sweet and mellow, no any uncomfortable strange taste. Slightly woody scent and sweet caramel mouth sensation is a sign of good storage.

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      Typical 250g Menghai shu pu-erh brick with a slight touch of wet storage because was stored in Menghai till 2017 . Medium fermented tea leafs provide sweet tea soup with touch of wood. Very nice daily drinker.

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      Sweet and caramel scent comes out from brewed tea leafs. Medium - light fermented big tea leafs ( some green leafs are present ) from young arbor trees growing in Guogan , north part of Burma , give very pleasant sweet tea liquor. High ratio of Huang Pian ( yellow leafs ) have big influence on over all taste. 

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      Very light fermented shu pu-erh from Guogan ( Kokang ) , Myanmar, pressed into the 500g (495g)bricks and traditionally wrapped into the bamboo. Tea soup is clear red, sweet with touch of wood. Very good daily drinker. Very rich , woody , bitter & sour front taste follows sweet mouth feel. Overall taste reminds some Da Yi  teas.

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      Pressed 250g shu pu-erh tea brick has a noticeable wet storage scent so the taste ( not moldy or unpleasant taste ).Tea material comes from Yong De area and most of it from Da Xue Shan ( big snow mountain ) , then pressed and stored in Menghai for 5 years.

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      Crystal clear ruby red tea liquor is rich and sweet! No any weird wet or dry notes in present give sign of very good storage. The caramelo-walnutty scent from the hot gai wan lid will tell you about the unique fermentation. As a vintage tea it needs few infusions to start releasing real "juice" , but then it keeps going.

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      Medium fermentation tea cake release nice nutty scent while brewing and despite of it's young age has some woody notes. Present "huang pian" yellow leafs and right fermentation gives overall sweet taste without any discomfort "wu dui" taste.  We rate it as an average shu pu with good storage. Nice daily drinker for reasonable price. 

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      Identically similar box and wrapper inside with 2016y makes a bit confusing. Although this one is 2014 year, not full 2 years difference is between those two, since 14 is autumn and 16 is spring one. However, there is a bit difference in flavor.This tuo has much settled taste without "dui wei" notes and releases its creamy richness after 3+ infusions....

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      "jin ya" golden buds , visible on this shu pu-erh naturally pressed into the pellets and stored in Menghai for few years. Medium fermentation and not too dry storage guarantees the smooth taste without any " scratchy sand in throat" feeling. Tea liquor with touch of coconut ( scent can be smelled from hot lid of gaiwan as well ) and thanks to rich amount...

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      USD 18.26 In Stock

      Very good standard shu pu-erh from Da Yi company pressed into the 100g tuo. Full body , sweet & bitter , shu pu alive. Clean dark red tea liquor gives also sweet after taste "sheng jing" which could be caused with medium-mild fermentation as some green-ish leafs are still in present.

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      Shu pu-erh pressed into the small tangerine is very good daily drinker. The nice combination bitter-sweet shu pu with citrus flavor will get more intensive after few infusions when the tea inside of tangerine gets properly soaked. Pour the hot water directly into the large opening when dark shu will come out from the small one on the other side.

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      Shu pu-erh pressed into the big tangerine . Because of it's size we recommend to take tea from the fruit and brew it separately together with only pieces of the tangerine skin. Putting all tangerine into the gaiwan, would be too much. You can also add more skin into the gaiwan in order to control the amount of citrusy notes based on your taste preference.

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