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Bai Lin Gong Fu
6CBG

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Guanyang
Height: 600-800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Ding Da Bai
125g / 21,60 CHF
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Description:
A Bailin Gonfu of very high quality (formerly Paklam Congou) from the region of Fuding, where the village Bailin is situated. Bailin Gong Fu is part of the famous Minhong, renowned since 1851. This Tanyang Gongfu has be produced in the traditional style of the Gongfucha. It is an affordable quality of this tea that has been produced by machine and then sorted by size of the leaf.
Character:
Dark and strong, yet velvety.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Bai Lin Ju Hong
6CBJ

Harvest: 01.04.2017
Origin: China / Fujian / Fuding / Guanyang / Xikun
Height: 390 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Cai Cha
50g / 21,60 CHF
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Description:
A modern type of the Bailin Gongfu, although it cannot be considered a Gongfucha. Bailin Juhong is produced from tips only and crafted in a similar way as the recent Jinjunmei. Juhong can be translated as tangerine-red and refers to the particular yellow-orange colour of the liquor of this type of recent tea. The village Bailin is the origin of this type of tea, hence the name. Bailin Gongfu is one of the old traditional Minhong Gongfu, whose renown began in 1851.
Character:
A rich infusion, one the one hand buttery, sweet and soft and on the other slightly flowery and yet intensely aromatic. A well composed set of various impressions.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.
Quantity :
Jin Jun Mei Version 2005
6CJJ

Harvest: May 2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Wuyishan / Xingcun / Tongmuguan
Height: 900 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qi Zhong
21g / 90,00 CHF
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Description:
Real, original Jin Jun Mei from Tongmuguan. An absolute top black tea, only made from buds from tea plants growing in great height, from the same wildly grown tea plants like Zhengshan Xiaozhong. Jin Jun Mei is named after the first name of its inventor Liang JUN De and after its looks: Jin Mei, golden eyebrow. Jun literally means noble horse, which fits this tea well, too.
Character:
A tea so dense and intense, tenderly tart and fruity, aromatic, impressive. Who drinks it attentively is richly rewarded.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Tan Yang Mao Feng
6CT0

Harvest: April 2017
Origin: China / Fujian / Fu'an / Tanyang
Height: 260 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Cai Cha
125g / 28,50 CHF
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Description:
A real Gong Fu Cha from Tan Yang village, but bought before the process of sifting, where the tea is sorted by size of the leaves. Tan Yang Gong Fu is one of the ancient traditional Minhong Gongfu, which have been famous since 1851. Most of the Gongfucha that can be found today are produced in a modern form, only from buds, just like Jin Jun Mei. This Tan Yang Maofeng was produced in the traditional way as a Gongfu Maocha. It is called Maocha, unfinished tea, because we bought it before the very last step of its production, where the leaves are sifted and sorted out according to the size of the leaves by machine.
Character:
Smooth and flexible, sweetish-fruity tastes combined with a nice tender and unobtrusively tart note of black tea.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Tan Yang Gong Fu
6CTG

Harvest: April 2017
Origin: China / Fujian / Fu'an / Tanyang
Height: 260 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Hong Ye Xiao Cha
50g / 25,00 CHF
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Description:
A real Gong Fu Cha from Tan Yang village. Tanyang Gongfu is one of the ancient traditional Minhong Gongfu, which have been famous since 1851. Produced from a newly bred variety from continuous breeding of an old variety with reddish leaves.

Most of the Gongfucha that can be found today are produced in a modern form, only from buds, just like Jinjunmei. This Tanyang Gongfu was produced in the traditional way as a Gongfucha. It is the highest quality that can be found among the teas of this type that have been produced by machine and then sorted by size of the leaf.
Character:
Very aromatic, with tastes of bread, slightly woody and delicately smoky, while, at the background sweetness and flowery. A very direct, yet many-layered black tea.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.
Quantity :
Tan Yang Golden Monkey
6CTM

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: China / Fujian / Fu'an / Tanyang
Height: 1200 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Fu Yun 6 Hao
125g / 16,50 CHF
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Description:
A relatively inexpensive black tea from Fu'an, the region near the village Tanyang. The name Golden Monkey (Chinese: Jinmaohou) refers to the reddish, oxidised hair of the leaf. The rather modern variety of tea used for this tea grows much of this down. Tanyang Golden Monkey is often also called Tanyang Gongfu (formerly: Panyong Congou).
Character:
Light, mild and really aromatic.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.

Quantity :
Zheng Shan Hong Cha
6CZ0

Harvest: May 2015
Origin: China / Fujian / Wuyishan / Xingcun / Tongmuguan
Height: 860 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qi Zhong (über 100jährige Teebüsche)
50g / 47,50 CHF
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Description:
Zhengshan Hongcha, which means black tea from the genuine mountain is a black tea of top quality from Tongmuguan. It is produced from the same leaf-material as Zhengshan Xiaozhong, but not processed into a black tea. The tea bushes for this tea are over a hundred years old, so one could also call this tea a Laocong Zhengshan Hongcha.
Character:
This tea reminds of a warm, dry cabin in the forest, surrounded by forest berries, flowers and moss.
Category:
Min Hong (Fujian-Schwarztee)
Storage:
This tea has been fully oxidized and can thus be kept at room temperature.
Quantity :
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