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2010 Yunnan Yin Hao Xiao Yuan Cha- Raw Organic Small Iron Cake (930)125g

2010 Yunnan Yin Hao Xiao Yuan Cha- Raw Organic Small Iron Cake (930)125g
0.0 stars 0 reviews

This nice small cake is made from early spring Wuliangshan and Lincang material. Many buds and apparent leaf tips.Iron cake is tightly compressed, so its qualitative transformation is slow. Definitely tea for longer-term store.The soup is clear and bright. It has faint scent, pleasant to the palate. The taste is strong and powerfull, floral and sweet huigan. (CERTIFIED ORGANIC OFDC SEPA)

2004 Jin Hao Feng Huang Ripe Puerh Tuo Cha 100g

2004 Jin Hao Feng Huang Ripe Puerh Tuo Cha 100g
5.0 stars 1 review

The best ripe tuo cha this factory has ever made. The 801 product line is well known for the highest grade of leaves and mellow taste. Handpicked in high mountains (more than 2000 meters high mountain area in Wuliangshan), large leaf tea. Finely and traditionally processed. After 7 years aging, the tea produces sweet, smooth taste and aged fragrance of dried longan. A full deep ruby colored liquor with nice aroma. Very good storage in Kunming! Such a good tea is...

2013 Wuliang Wild Hongcha

2013 Wuliang Wild Hongcha
4.2 stars 2 reviews

This tea is collected from ancient, wild trees on Wuliang mountain. These are truely wild trees, that haven't been planted by humans and average around 800-1000 years old. The leaves naturally have honey like characteristics in the taste and aroma, which lends them very well to being made into hongcha (Red/Black tea). I find it difficult to get excited by many hongcha - the oxidisation often seems to mute many of the characteristics of teas that I find most enjoyable. This one...


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„The Secret Discourse on the Mysterious Pass by the Master of the White Jade Moon says, ”Have no mind on things and no things in mind.” “

Source Book: Cleary, Thomas. Practical Taoism. Shambhala Publications Inc, 1998. p. 112. ISBN: 978-1570622007. [q712] [s79]

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