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Puer Tea

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  • Ripened Puer Tea Cake
    The ripen Puerh Tea Cake from Meng Hai Yunnan is also known as Yunnan Seven Son Tea Cake. Quality Yunnan tea leaves are selected for post fermentation that allows the tea to fully ripen. The ripen tea are pressed into a pie or cake shape and allowed to age for 1 to 2 years. Doctors in Kunming reported that drinking this tea helps to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream remarkably. The ripen Puerh Tea Cake is nicely package in a gift box. This is a great gift for someone looking for a special tea delicacy.
    $42.40
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  • Rose Puerh Tea
    Gift Box: Tin Box With Wooden Lid. Brewing Difficulty: General difficulty. Best season to taste: Summer. Origin: Yunnan Province. Weight: 190 g (6.7 oz) Aroma: old fragrance with scent of rose. Shape: tea cake, tight strips with rose. Taste: taste mellow, with the fragrance of rose. Brew Tea Leaves: Puer is maroon, rose is tender petal.
    $30.60
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  • Chrysanthemum Puer Tea
    This delicious, earthy, and tasty tea is very popular in Chinese Restaurants. It is made by compressing ripen Pu-erh tea and Chrysanthemum flowers. It is a tradition in southern China to drink this tea after each meal to help digestion and lower cholesterol levels. Weight: 190 g (6.7 oz). Includes: Tea Leaves, Packing Bag. Quality Guarantee Period: 24 Months. Character Neat little compressed, ball-shaped cakes of cooked puerh give a dark red liquor and an intensely satisfying, multi-layered, earthy aroma and taste that recalls misty autumn woodland and fallen leaves. Brewing Tips Brew 1 mini cake in a teapot or cup in boiling water for 1 minute. Strain and add more water for five to six further infusions, brewing for slightly fewer seconds each time more water is added.
    $16.60
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  • Raw Puer Tea Cake
    The raw puerh tea cake, also known as uncooked pu-erh tea pie, is made from compressing 357 g (12.6 oz) of Yunnan maocha green tea. Historically tea compression makes transportation of tea more efficient and easy. This special delicacy is from the Yunnan province. This tea can be stored and allow to age. It is well known that the longer you store Puerh tea the better the quality. Our raw puerh tea cake has been aged for over 2 years.
    $19.98
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  • White Tea Puerh
    Two leaves and a bud are plucked from the high mountain tea plantations in Yunnan province China. Following natural withering the tea is sun dried. After drying, the tea is piled onto a large table for sorting. In the next stage the tea is steamed once again to make it soft and pliable for the forming stage. It is then placed on racks and dried during the next 5 to 7 days at 45 ℃. The internal moisture in the tea continues to ferment adding depth and body to the already distinctive character.
    $15.98
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  • Aged Puer Tea
    This special delicacy is from Yunnan province. Doctors in Kunming reported that drinking this tea lowered cholesterol levels in the blood stream remarkably. Pu-erh has dark and reddish black leaves. This tea, with its strong persistent aroma, is very popular in the Cantonese community due to its effectiveness in getting rid of toxins in the body and helping digestion. It is well known that the longer you store Puerh tea the better the quality. The Puerh that we sell is an aged Puerh Tea.
    $15.98
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  • Black Tea Puer Pie
    Two leaves and a bud are plucked from the high mountain tea plantations in Yunnan province China. Following natural withering the tea is allowed to fully oxidize which imparts a strong and robust character to the leaves. The tea is then dried. After drying, the tea is piled onto a large table for sorting. After sorting the tea is mounded in a special room, a dusting of moisture is applied and the tea is covered with gunny sacks for additional fermentation that takes more than 28 days. It is during this phase that this Puerh adds on an earthy and elemental character. In the next stage the tea is steamed once again to make it soft and pliable for the forming stage. About 360g of lightly dampen tea is specially formed under pressure. It is then placed on racks and dried during the next 5 to 7 days at 45C. The internal moisture in the tea continues to ferment adding depth and body to the already distinctive character.
    $28.90
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  • Green Tea Puer Pie
    Two leaves and a bud are plucked from the high mountain tea plantations in Yunnan province China. Following natural withering the tea is quickly heated to neutralize the enzymes in the leaf to stop oxidation. After drying, the tea is piled onto a large table for sorting. In the next stage the tea is steamed once again to make it soft and pliable for the forming stage. About 360g of lightly dampen tea is specially formed under pressure. It is then placed on racks and dried during the next 5 to 7 days at 45C. The internal moisture in the tea continues to ferment adding depth and body to the already distinctive character.
    $28.20
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  • Liupu Tea
    Brewing difficulty: General difficulty. Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Liupu Town, Cangwu County, Wuzhou City, Guangxi Province Shape: the entire strip is long, tight and complete, black with luster. Liquid: soup is red and thick, bright and clean as amber. Aroma: mellow and old aroma Taste: mellow, with the flavor of pine nut and smoke. Brewed tea leaves: red and brown. Weight: 500 g (17.7 oz) Recognizing: The dry false Liupu tea is grey without the feeling of softness, curved leaf trim. And there is green or green yellow at the back of the leaf. But the dry real Liupu tea is red brown or brown. And there will be a natural layer of grey "frost" and the tea will be diffused. The false also has white "frost", yet the "frost" is dead without activity. Aged Liupu tea is "red" and "thick". The fake Liupu tea liquid is turbid and green withyellow and tastes "throat-locking". The real Liupu tea has an old and fragrant flavor with the unique aroma of betelnut. It tastes mellow and smooth. Water temperature: boiling water. Tea sets: purple sand teapot is better. Amount of tea: Don't put too many for first drinkers.
    $59.98
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  • Ya'an Tibetan Tea
    Brewing difficulty: Easy Best season to taste: Summer Origin: Ya'an City in Sichuan Province Shape: brown, dark and shiny. Liquid: bright red brown. Aroma: mellow and fragrant. Taste: mellow, thick, fresh and cool. Brewed tea leaves: brown and shiny. Kangzhuan tea: It is round rectangular, flat and tight, and dark brown with pure aroma. The liquid is red brown and bright. The taste is thick and the brewed tea leaves are dark brown and a little old. Jinjian tea: it is round rectangular and a little tight without leafing. It is dark brown with pure aroma. The liquid is red yellow and bright. The taste is mellow and the brewed tea leaves are dark brown and a little old. Heikui series: it is pie-shaped, bulk-shaped, bar-shaped or diffused. There are also a series of high, middle and low grades including tea for collection, and tea for decoration. They are made with the traditional processing techniques of Tibetan tea. The taste, look and quality are better than thetraditional products of the same kind. Water temperature: boiling water of 100℃. Tea sets: purple sand teapot or glass.
    $19.98
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  • Raw Toucha
    The raw toucha, also known as uncooked green pu-erh nest, is made from compressing 100g of Yunnan maocha green tea. Historically tea compression makes transportation of tea more efficient and easy. This special delicacy is from the Yunnan province. This tea can be stored and allow to age. It is well known that the longer you store Puerh tea the better the quality.
    $18.20
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  • Young Ripened Puer Tea
    This ripen Puerh Tea is from Yunnan provenience in China. Quality Yunnan tea leaves and buds are selected for post fermentation that allows the tea to fully ripen. The ripen tea are allowed to age for around 1 year. Doctors in Kunming reported that drinking this tea helps to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream and helps digestion. The Puerh with dark and reddish black leaves makes a heavy thick tea with strong earthy aroma. It is very popular in the Cantonese Tea House and normally consume with Dim Sum. This tea is commonly mixed with chrysanthemum flower to create a Chinese Restaurant Tea.
    $16.00
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