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Teas - Laos

2014 Laos Ban Komaen (Blue) Gu Shu Raw Puerh

2014 Laos Ban Komaen (Blue) Gu Shu Raw Puerh Cake 200g
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Phôngsali is a province of Laos, bordering Yiwu, Yunnan. It is located high in the mountains,...


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„Pu-erh shape - Tuocha, Bowl, or Nest - A convex knob-shaped tea, its size ranges from 3g to 3 kg or more, with 100g, 250g and 500g being the most common. The name for tuocha is believed to have originated from the round, top-like shape of the pressed tea or from the old tea shipping and trading route of the Tuo River.[16] In ancient times, tuocha cakes may have had holes punched through the center so they could be tied together on a rope for easy transport.“

Source Web: Pu-erh tea shapes[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q509] [s63]

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