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Bai Ya Long Jing
3CBY

Harvest: 28.03.2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Shengzhou / Xibaishan
Height: 800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Bai Ye 1 Hao
50g / 44,00 CHF
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Description:
Baiya Longjing or Baicha Longjing has also been produced from a white-leafed tea plant; but it comes from Xinchang, and not Anxi. It is produced with leaves of the tea plant with the whitish leaves. Exceptional delicacy displaying aromas between An Ji Bai Cha and Long Jing Shi Feng. A beautiful example for the influence of the form on the taste.

The producer, who is known in his town as a tea freak, as he is crazy for tea, owns vast tea gardens in the hills around Xinchang and produces a diversity of teas from diverse varietals in good quality.

The tea is called Bai Cha, white tea, because the leaves are of a pale green, almost white, when they are plucked, as this tea plant has very little chlorophyll. However, it is produced in the manner of green tea. These tea plants with the whitish leaves had already been described during the Song-dynasty (960-1279), and were ever since thought to be a myth. At the end of the 20th century, however, a wild tea tree of this kind was (re-?)discovered. Teas from this tea varietal are very smooth and incredibly sweet in aroma. Because of the high degree of a certain amino acid in the tea plant these teas have a pronounced umami-taste.
Character:
An intensely full pouring, lightly nutty and tenderly sweet. A smooth, welcoming tea that captivates through its unobtrusive intensity.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Ding Gu Da Fang
3CDG

Harvest: March 2017
Origin: China / Anhui / Huangshan / She / Tangli
Height: 800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Huang Shan Da Ye Zhong
125g / 18,50 CHF
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Description:
Ding Gu Da Fang, summit-valley of Dafang is named after the monk Dafang who is said to have invented this tea during the Song dynasty. It is one of the only flat-form teas (Bianxingcha) that are not of the Long Jing type.
Character:
Broad, full and aromatic green tea.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
Weng Jia Shan Long Jing
3CL00

Harvest: 06.-08.04.2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Hangzhou / Wengjiashan
Height: 120 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Lao Long Jing
50g / 81,00 CHF
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Description:
This Longjing Shifeng comes from the top sites for Long Jing. A great rarity of fantastic quality. We buy this tea directly from the tea farmer in the village of Wengjiashan. Due to weather conditions, the harvest of 2017 was delayed and less abundant.

The step of firing (roasting) the leaves in a wok is done by machine, forming and drying in the wok is however done by hand in the traditional way: the leaves are not pressed to flatly, so that the aroma remains full, but the tea does not look as regular and beautiful.
Character:
Dense and powerfull, nutty and aromatic. Mineral and savoury in it's finish. Thrilling, surprising, a great attraction.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Long Jing Shi Feng
3CL02

Harvest: 12.04.2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Hangzhou / Longjing
Height: 130-150 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Lao Long Jing
50g / 81,00 CHF
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Description:
A Longjing Shifeng of very good quality from the best of sites. We buy this tea directly from the tea farmer in the village of Longjing. Due to weather conditions, the harvest of 2017 was delayed and less abundant.

The step of firing (roasting) the leaves in a wok is done by machine, forming and drying in the wok is however done by hand in the traditional way: the leaves are not pressed too flatly, thus allowing for a full aroma, but as a result the tea does not look as regular and beautiful.
Character:
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Lao Cong Long Jing
3CL05

Harvest: 05.-10.04.2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Hangzhou / Jiuxi
Height: 100 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Lao Long Jing (über 100jährige Teebüsche)
50g / 81,00 CHF
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Description:
This is a very particular Longjing Shifeng. In a garden at slightly lower altitudes than usual for us, the tea producer received tea bushes from the 19th century. From them, he made entirely hand-produced tea in 2017, which we named Laocong Longjing - Long Jing from old tea bushes. This was the same artisan that produced the Long Jing in the manner of 1950 in 2016.
Character:
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Long Jing Grade 1
3CL1

Harvest: May 2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Shengzhou / Xibaishan
Height: 800 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qun Ti Zhong
125g / 34,00 CHF
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Description:
An excellent and typical Longjing in relation to his price, with a beautiful, quite regular leaf. From a non-original location. Plucked by hand, machine-aided but artisanal production.

The producer, who is known in his town as a tea freak, crazy for tea, owns vast tea gardens in the hills around Xinchang and produces a diversity of teas from diverse varietals in good quality.
Character:
Clear, pure, quite quaffable and lasting.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
Long Jing Grade 2
3CL2

Harvest: April 2016
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Pan'an
Height: 400-600 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Long Jing Nr. 43
125g / 23,50 CHF
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Description:
A good, simple Long Jing.
Character:
Round, balanced and mild.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
Long Jing Grade 3
3CL3

Harvest: April 2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Hangzhou / Chun'an
Height: 400-600 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Long Jing Nr. 43
125g / 16,50 CHF
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Description:
A simple, strong standard Longjing, very good in taste regarding price
Character:
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
Long Jing Nr. 43
3CL4

Harvest: 15.03.2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Lishui / Jingning
Height: 600 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Long Jing Nr. 43
50g / 37,50 CHF
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Description:
A Long Jing 43 Hao of very high quality from the south of the Zhejiang province. It is thus not from the original site of the Longjing. Original Longjing 43 from the Westlake (Xihu) are often rather too expensive. The new varietal Nr. 43 is mostly used to get an earlier harvest at the seasons start. The taste of the tea is more condensed, livelier than Longjing from traditional plants. The Nr. 43 plant highlights the idiosyncrasies of the Longjing in a beautiful fashion.
Character:
This tea combines a nutty sweetness with a fresh citric note, and roasted chestnuts with a delicately smelling blossom. A tea to be discovered over and over again.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Da Fo Long Jing
3CL5

Harvest: May 2017
Origin: China / Zhejiang / Shengzhou / Xibaishan
Height: 1000 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Qun Ti Zhong
100g / 44,00 CHF
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Description:
A wonderful Xinchang Long Jing, i.e. of non-original origin. Known as Dafo Longjing, named after the great Buddha temple in the city of Xinchang. This tea comes from a tea garden with many large rocks in it, which has a positive influence on the tea. Plucked by hand, artisanally produced, aided by machines.

The producer, who is known in his town as a tea freak, crazy for tea, owns vast tea gardens in the hills around Xinchang and produces a diversity of teas from diverse varietals in good quality.
Character:
Intense and aromatic, sweet and nutty and pleasantly tart. A refreshing companion throughout the day.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Tai Ping Hou Kui Chuan Tong
3CTC

Harvest: ca. 25.04.2017
Origin: China/Anhui/Huangshan/ Xinming/Sanhe/Hougang
Height: 560 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shi Da Cha
21g / 100,00 CHF
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Description:
A genuine and original Taiping Houkui from Huogang, produced using the traditional method. First of three produced qualities. A (successful) attempt to recreate the Tea from the World Exhibition of 1915. Hence the name Chuan Tong meaning classic. Very carefully and consciously crafted from old tea-bushes of different types of the Shidacha. The leaves are smaller and less heavily pressed, one can recognise the leaves and the buds more distinctly. The taste is very different to the modern version of this tea.

Tai Ping Hou Kui, Ape King from the Taiping Lake, is a very beautifully crafted flat form tea (Bianxingcha) with very large leaves that were hammered into shape. They are considered to be one of the classic Chinese green teas, although the first mention of them appears only after 1900, when the improved techniques made more beautiful and better qualities possible. The very long leaves of the Shidacha variety are fired in the wok and carefully pressed by hand and hammered. Nowadays, they are also produced by machine, resulting in very flat and long, light green leaves.
Character:
A subtle beauty: it reminds of elderflowers, it's soft, citric and fresh, mineral and quite incredible.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
Tai Ping Hou Kui
3CTP

Harvest: ca. 09.05.2017
Origin: China / Anhui / Huangshan / Xinming / Sanhe / Hougang
Height: 560 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shi Da Cha
50g / 85,00 CHF
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Description:
A genuine and original Taiping Houkui from Huogang, produced using the traditional method. Third of three produced qualities. A (successful) attempt to recreate the Tea from the World Exhibition of 1915. Very carefully and consciously crafted from old tea-bushes of different types of the Shidacha. The leaves are smaller and less heavily pressed, one can recognise the leaves and the buds more distinctly. The taste is very different to the modern version of this tea.

Tai Ping Hou Kui, Ape King (from) the Taiping (Lake), is a very beautifully crafted flat form tea (Bianxingcha) with very large leaves that were hammered into shape. They are considered to be one of the classic Chinese green teas, although the first mention of them appears only after 1900, when the improved techniques made more beautiful and better qualities possible. The very long leaves of the Shidacha variety are fired in the wok and carefully pressed by hand and hammered. Nowadays, they are also produced by machine, resulting in very flat and long, light green leaves.
Character:
Creamy-soft, a wunderful and intense liquor unfolds: Umami, aromatic and sweet. It reminds of a light soup made of fresh, green vegetables.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.
Quantity :
Tai Ping Hou Kui Version 1915
3CTV

Harvest: ca. 05.05.2017
Origin: China/Anhui/Huangshan/ Xinming/Sanhe/Hougang
Height: 560 m.a.s.l
Tea plant varietal: Shi Da Cha
21g / 62,50 CHF
incl. VAT
excl. shipping and handling


Available
Description:
A genuine and original Taiping Houkui from Huogang, produced using the traditional method. Second of three produced qualities. A (successful) attempt to recreate the Tea from the World Exhibition of 1915, hence the name. Very carefully and consciously crafted from old tea-bushes of different types of the Shidacha. The leaves are smaller and less heavily pressed, one can recognise the leaves and the buds more distinctly. The taste is very different to the modern version of this tea.

Tai Ping Hou Kui, Ape King from the Taiping Lake, is a very beautifully crafted flat form tea (Bianxingcha) with very large leaves that were hammered into shape. They are considered to be one of the classic Chinese green teas, although the first mention of them appears only after 1900, when the improved techniques made more beautiful and better qualities possible. The very long leaves of the Shidacha variety are fired in the wok and carefully pressed by hand and hammered. Nowadays, they are also produced by machine, resulting in very flat and long, light green leaves.
Character:
A subtle beauty: it reminds of elderflowers, it's soft, citric and fresh, mineral and quite incredible.
Category:
Bian Xing Cha (incl. Long Jing)
Storage:
This tea is stored in a cool place at Länggass-Tee, in order to preserve its freshness.

Quantity :
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