Stored in dry/natural conditions in Fujian from 2014-2018, this baicha [white tea] from Fuding county in Fujian province is considered to be Shoumei grade white tea.
A light, smooth tea with a soft body. This Shoumei has buoyant fragrances that range from clover honey to spices like cinnamon. This tea can be prepared a wide variety of ways with excellent results. Gongfu style brewing will yield a lighter colored soup and boiling will produce a thick red soup. Excellent value for a large cake of Shoumei with a touch of age.
This tea is very versatile and suitable for further aging or drinking directly.
The 2013 Baimudan [White Peony] is a white tea from Fujian province. The tea is very bud heavy. It has a fresh fragrance, gently transitioning into middle age; wispy, floral and soft. The Baimudan white tea has been aged a few years; it can be aged further or steeped now.
Each purchase is for 50 grams.
A gushu [old arbor] Yiwu blend. Thick body, sweet, fragrant in the soup, with a lasting and complex finish. Fifteen steeps is not a problem. Some sessions lasted in excess of twenty steeps.
This tier of tea rarely sees the light of day in the open market.
Pure ancient arbor Spring gushu tea from Manzhuan. One of the six famous tea mountains, Manzhuan has a long history of puer production. This raw puer is soft and supple with a taste of honey and sweetness.
The 46&2 cake is pure early 2013 Spring gushu Jingmai material, stored for one year in Jingmai, then pressed in the Spring of 2014. Sweet, thick, and fragrant, the tea has already got a little bit of age. Much smoother than most of the teas from our 2014 production.