The 2017 Dangerous Messengers is a blend of Menghai area tea, aggressive and sweet with a touch of bite. This tea is calm enough to drink right away, but might be too strong for some to drink immediately. Quality tea built to age for the long term.
The 2017 She's Not Me is mildly astringent in early steeps, followed by sweetness and a pleasant fragrance. A blend of several areas with an emphasis on Menghai character. This tea is great to drink right away or age for the long term.
The 2017 U 2 CAN HELP is a cake we made to help out Education In Sight, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping children in rural Yunnan get the eyeglasses and eye-care that they need.
For each raw Puer tea cake purchased, white2tea will donate one eye exam, a pair of glasses, and eye education to a child in need in rural Yunnan via Education in Sight. Our goal is to sell out 100 cakes and help out 100 kids in 2017. We really appreciate your support and it'd be amazing if you'd help spread the word!
The material of the tea cake is from Lincang, with a strong fragrance and thick mouth feel, this tea is sweet and floral. The loose tea from this cake was featured in the white2tea club in May of 2017. We are not selling samples of this tea, it's about the charity as much as the tea.
Even if you aren't into this tea cake, you can still donate to Education in Sight and get involved with their cause. Visit their website, or take a look at the information below to learn more about their mission.
Education In Sight is a non-profit organization whose vision is a China where every rural student has the eyeglasses they need to see clearly. Over 30 million students across rural China don't have the eyeglasses they need to see clearly in school. As a result, they suffer from significantly poorer academic performance, and much higher drop out rates. At Education In Sight, we work with local government and private partners to bring high quality eye exams and eye care directly to students inside the classroom, so they have no barriers to clear vision and can achieve life-long success.
To date, Education In Sight has coordinated over 150,000 eye exams, and delivered over 19,000 eyeglasses to students in Yunnan province. Their goal is to solve this problem for students both now and in the long-term, so that every rural student has the chance to see clearly and succeed.