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Liu Da Cha Shan 2007
8L07

Harvest: September 2007
Origin: China / Yunnan / Xishuangbanna / Menghai
Height: 1000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
1 St. / 85,00 CHF
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Description:
A beautiful fermented Pu Er Cake from old tea trees from six famous tea mountains. For this tea, a considerable amount of mature leaves has been used, which lends the tea its soft and sweet character. The tea was produced at the factory of Menghai. Stored in China until 2014.
Character:
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
Meng Hai Te Ji 2006
8M06

Harvest: 2006
Origin: China / Yunnan / Xishuangbanna / Menghai
Height: 1000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
1 St. / 95,00 CHF
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Description:
A magnificent super-grade (Chinese: Teji) fermented Pu Er cake from the region of Menghai. For this tea relatively mature leaves have been used with a considerable proportion of buds. This tea has become rather soft and sweet, which is also due to the keeping, and at the same time it is very aromatic. It was produced at the Langhe Tea-factory and has been stocked in China until 2010.
Character:
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
Meng Hai Jin Hao 2009
8M09

Harvest: 2009
Origin: China / Yunnan / Xishuangbanna / Menghai
Height: 1000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
1 St. / 85,00 CHF
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Description:
A beautiful fermented Pu Er cake from the region of Menghai. The leaves that have been used for this tea were still young and fresh and one finds many buds in the cake - hence the name Jinhao, which means golden haired. The intense hair turns red-golden during the process of fermentation and oxidation. Fermented Pu Er with a great proportion of buds are rather sparkly, exuberant and aromatic. This tea has been produced at the Langhe tea-factory. It has been stocked in China until 2010.
Character:
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
Qizi Bingcha 2006
8Q06

Harvest: 2006
Origin: China / Yunnan
Height: m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
ca. 357g / 60,00 CHF
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Description:
Good fermented Pu Er Cake 2006 from Kunming Factory of the formerly state-owned China Tuhsu (Also Zhongcha oder CNNP, China National Native Produce & Animal By-Products Import & Export company).
Character:
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
Wa Shan Ying Xiang 2011
8W11

Harvest: 2011
Origin: China / Yunnan
Height: m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong
400g / 70,00 CHF
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Description:
Simple but good and typical fermented Pu Er cake.
Character:
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
Yi Tian Jian 2007 (Meng Hai 2009)
8Y07

Harvest: Spring 2007
Origin: China / Yunnan / Xishuangbanna / Menghai
Height: m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qiao Mu Da Ye Zhong (alte Teebäume)
ca. 357g / 115,00 CHF
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excl. shipping and handling


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Description:
A very good fermented Pu Er Cake made from leaves of old tea trees, blended from various mountains in the region of Menghai. The tea is made from buds and mature leaves harvested in the spring of 2007, but it has only been pressed in 2009 in Menghai. The reddish buds lend the tea a tangy-aromatic note while the mature leaves add sweetness and an earthy character. The name Yitianjian means leaning on the sword of the sky. Stored in China until 2016.
Character:
A smell of mossy stones, warm wood and sweet earth. The taste is sweet, soft and gentle, reminding of dried fruit, very dry wood and leaves on the autumnal forest floor.
Category:
Shu Bing Cha (fermentierte Pu Er Cakes)
Storage:
Earthy, dark and heavy. Produced by using the process of Human induced post-fermentation. Through years of storage it keeps being fermented microbially, losing somewhat of its crudeness and gains depth, sweetness and mellowness.
Quantity :
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