New pressed Yiwu Puerh bing cha Tea

Origin: YiWu region, Yunnan, China. Process: raw, sun dried, stone pressed as cake. Weight of a cake: 500 gram. In 2006, thanks to Yahoo’s Tea-Disc group, there was a small contest of 3 young raw puerh. This puerh competed against 2 Menghai Factory big tree puerhs from 1999 and 2001. Despite being the youngest, my puerh beat the other 2!2012 Chawangpu Yiwu Zhangjiawan Gu Shu Xiao Bing Cha 200g 0.0 0 reviews Added 15.02.2013 by Ondřej, Tea status: [143] A 3108x. … 2008yr 968 *Yunnan Haiwan Pu-erh Tea Old Comrade LaoTongZhi * Pu erh Tuocha Ripe /Shu… 2005 Xiaguan Jia Ji Raw Tuocha … this method is used to make almost all forms of pressed pu’er.“ …Autumn raw puerh teas can have original and great character and often can brewed more infusions than spring teas. In autumn when the air was heavy with the aroma of the paddy fields. So people call it “Gu Hua Cha”(rice flower tea) which is in the name of this cake.Pu-erh tea is made from Yunnan large-leaf varietal of Camellia Sinensis. It is typically processed into compressed cakes, bricks and tuos. Pu-erh is particularly special because it can be aged for decades or longer, always changing and (in most cases) developing more depth and texture. Raw Pu-erh (生茶) is the traditiona2016 Chawangpu Yibang Manguishan Xiao Bing Cha 200g 0 reviews. … Spring 2005 material from Yibang was used for this semi-aged raw puerh tea brick. Rare hand pressed by wood form and stone. Is hard to see this technique nowadays. … (Yiwu, Manzhuan, Menghai and Yibang)”which were produced by master Shi Kun Mu. Cakes have the same wrapper but …In China, pu-erh tea is known as black tea, while the black tea we are familiar with in the West and North America is known as red tea. Pu-erh tea is made from the leaves of the tea plant known by the botanical name Camellia sinensis.This tea is called bo nay or po lei in Cantonese and is frequently spelled as pu-er, puer, or pu’er tea.I enjoy Yiwu tea in general! I found myself having no issue drinking Yiwu pu’erh daily, frequently doing 2+ gong-fu sessions/day. This is a contrast to April’s Japanese greens which I found to be far more of a sludge. Most young Yiwus seem far easier to consume than young teas from other regions, i.e. Bulang.New Products; On Sale Now! Best Selling Products; Yunnan Sourcing Brand Pu-erh Tea; All Collections; Spring 2019 Loose Leaf Tea. … Purple Leaf “Zi Cha” Pu-erh Tea; Purple Leaf “Zi Cha” Black Tea; Purple Beauty “Zi Juan” Tea; Purple Oolong Tea; Hei Cha. Guangxi Liu Bao Tea; Fu Brick Tea; Hei Cha Zhuan; Qian Liang and Shi Liang Tea;A green ( sheng ) pu-erh made from leaves from Daxue Mountain, in the Lincang region of Yunnan. It was pressed into a bingcha in 2008, and has a balanced flavor of vanilla and pleasant minerality, with a sweet hay aroma; good for drinking now, we expect it to mellow and age well. The wrapping paper

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