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    Wild Tea Trees

    野生茶
    Originally the wild tea tree term signify the tea tree growing on place where is no any human intervention,
    but in time and market demand that kind of tea is almost impossible to get on Chinese tea market ,
    not speaking of exported tea.
    The wild tea tree variety has been planted in tea gardens and plucked like any other tea tree.
    Processing o...

    野生茶
    Originally the wild tea tree term signify the tea tree growing on place where is no any human intervention,
    but in time and market demand that kind of tea is almost impossible to get on Chinese tea market ,
    not speaking of exported tea.
    The wild tea tree variety has been planted in tea gardens and plucked like any other tea tree.
    Processing of Ye Sheng teas is usually with tea flowers "ya bao" together in order to gain sweetness and mellow taste.

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      The flowers from wild tea trees growing on Big Snow mountain processed in village in Yong De area. Ya Bao is usually used as additional ingredient for black or pu-erh tea. It gives sweetness to the bitter tea and bring forest ( wild scent ) notes. The scent of fresh melting snow in early spring comes out from the glass or pitcher. Sweet taste with notes...

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      Wild tea trees growing in De Hong area harvested in 2009 and stored in Kunming most of the time. Touch of wild mushrooms with combination of fruit sourness "guo suan" typical for wild variety will make a pleasant tea session for those who are not fans of bitter sheng puerhs. We have picked out "ya bao" before testing to be sure to get at the bottom of the...

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      Although name suggests ancient tea trees but we believe this one is not the case. Anyway , it is truly well made sheng puerh from wild variety tea trees growing in Dehong state. Sweet-sour notes with typical wild mushroom notes will hit your nose and tastebuds afterwards. Harder infusions will release bitterness but increase the sweetness same time. Well...

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      Winter harvest from small arbor tea trees mixed up with wild growing ones growing around the area. The wild tea leafs are less thick and durable then farmed ones so fragile during the processing. The touch of  "ye sheng" sweet taste in combination of flowers well balanced with gentle bitterness. Not as good as our Mi Lang Xinag - wild , yet worth it's...

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