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    This flowers cake is a combination of seven different flowers, that's why  it is so colorful. All flowers come from  Yunnan Province and processed by the traditional  Chinese medicine recipe. Overall taste is fruity with mild sweetness and original flower fragrance.

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    Mei Gui Hong Cha Bing(玫瑰红茶饼) Rose black tea cake Yunann Simao black tea mixed with sun-dried roses. Ideal for tea lovers who prefer rather bit sweet tea because that's how roses influence overall flavor. Mei gui is the Chinese name for the fragrant rose, which blossoms in late spring.  The original scent of roses with touch of hong cha bitterness with of...

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    Pure flowers pressed into the cake. Combination of Roses, Gomphrena globosa L. with Florists Dendranthema , coming from Yunnan Province. Those flowers are beneficial to the health. Although this cake is without tea mixture , yet its tasty and provides sweet liquor.

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    Mixture of small arbor and bush tea leafs of 2017 spring harvest start to give you sweet and bitter mouth sensation after 3rd infusion. Surprisingly "hui gan" is present in various steps and "sheng jing" comes around slowly and in week form. This cake has a very good potential for storage.

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    If you think that tea farmers are drinking their very good gu shu cha with the lunch or dinner, you are wrong. The "huang pian" yellow leafs which being selected out from pu-erh tea after all processing are used as daily drinker for farmers. This one particularly is a selection from old tea trees. And it does have some deep notes of caramel and honey.

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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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    Mix of big & small arbor tea trees growing not far from Meng Song village , despite the name "Da Shu" - big tree. Yet , this spring tea leaf will provide deep "hui gan" within 2nd-3rd infusion accompanied with tickling sweetness at the bottom of your tongue. Good tea for people who like full body tea liquor with complex "hui gan" and not afraid of the...

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    Spring harvest from tea bushes growing around the Ba Nuo village in Lincang , pressed into the 357g sheng pu-erh cake.The new concept "xing gong yi" is a good proof of importance pu-erh tea processing. The dark color is not the sign of wet storage ( tea is dry stored ) but actually extended time of whitening in order to push back excessive bitterness of...

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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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    Fair amount of  little tips is responsible for overall sweetness which out stands as sort of aftertaste.  2017 was particularly difficult to get decent shu pu-erh due to the high demand which lowered overall fermentation quality. This one was a right choice. It took only one year storage in Kunming and this gong ting get rid of the a the "dui wei" and...

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    Honey and chrysanthemum fragrance vaporing out from hot gaiwan would suggests that origin of tea leafs would from Lincang area ( or mix ) rather than Menghai as it says on the wrapper. However it's not as important as the actual taste. As obviously this is a regular bush ( table ) tea, the characteristics are more than surprising.

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