HaiWan Wild Tea 99

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HaiWan Wild Tea 99
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HaiWan Wild Tea 99

Category: Pu-erh

Country: China

Province: Yunnan

Date of production: 1999

Producer: Ning HaiWan Tea Factory

Shop: PU-ERH.sk

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Description:

Yiwu Hai Wan wild tea - special grade (pu-erh.sk favorite)
Year: 1999
Weight: 357g
Stored Location: Low mountain near the city in Taipei
Material: The maocha were selected from Yiwu. Tea trees are more than hundred years old and wild.

Features:
This tea storing surrounding has had sufficient moisture so the tea had a good transformation. Even this sheng pu-erh was stored only 15 years its taste is already very smooth. In 1999, the wild tea trees maocha demand for puerh on the market was very low, so the quality for the tea leaves was much better than these days. So that the tea is sweetish, thick/dense/oily.

An Ning HaiWan tea factory 安寧海灣茶廠 was established in 1999 by Zou Bing Liang 鄒炳良 and Lu Guo Ling 盧國齡. The two brands Lao Tong Zhi 老同志 and Jia Jia 加嘉 belong to the Hai Wan factory. The Lao Tong Zhi was also rewarded as the one of the most famous 10 pu-erh brands.

Zou Bing Liang 鄒柄良 worked in MengHai tea factory since 1954, and was the fifth factory director in 1984. Retired in 1996, and finally established Hai Wan tea factory in 1999.


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„Pu'er Tea; 普洱茶. That 'Puer Tea' was given this name suggests that historically this kind of tea - post fermented camelia sinensis assamica must have come from the south and west of Puer for there to have been any sense in transporting it through that city. The majority of good Puer tea still comes from the Xishuangbanna region. Puer County itself was not an historically important tea producing region.“

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Source Web: Zhi Zheng Tea Shop. Puer Tea Glossary[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.zhizhengtea.com/>. [q627] [s78]





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