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mao cha; 毛茶 - Tea that has been dry fried in a tea wok & then rolled & dried

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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2015 Spring Man Nuo Gu Shu Mao Cha 50g

2015 Spring Man Nuo Gu Shu Mao Cha 50g
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Man Nuo ancient tea gardens, at an altitude of 1266 meters. The tea trees are really old and...

2014 Autumn Di Jie Village Old Tree Maocha

2014 Autumn Di Jie Village Old Tree Maocha 50g
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Di JIe is one of few villages around Bingdao. This maocha come from late September harvest, old...

2014 Jingmai Gu Shu Huang Pian

2014 Jingmai Gu Shu Huang Pian
4.0 stars 1 review

This tea is from Jingmai Da Zhai, grown in Da Ping Zhang area, and it is considered to be of the...

2013 Spring Hekai Gu Shu Mao Cha

2013 Spring Hekai Gu Shu Mao Cha
4.5 stars 1 review

The mao cha were picked on the same day from the same tea garden. Light yellow liquor with rich...

2013 A few Single Trees (maocha)

2013 A few Single Trees (maocha)
4.5 stars 1 review

This tea is a blend of a few single tree teas from Bangwei and Bulang. These trees stand out from...

2013 Spring Mengsong Baotang Gushu Maocha

2013 Spring Mengsong Baotang Gushu Maocha
4.5 stars 1 review

Mengsong is one of the oldest ancient tea area in Menghai. Baotang old village is located next to...


Quotes - Maocha

„While unaged and unprocessed, Maocha pu-erh is similar to green tea. Two subtle differences worth noting are that pu-erh is not produced from the small leaf chinese varietal but the broad leaf varietal mostly found in the southern Chinese Provinces and India.“

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q488] [s62]


„‘Ripened’ Shou Cha (熟茶) tea is pressed maocha that has been specially processed to imitate aged "raw" Sheng Cha tea. Although it is also known as cooked pu-erh, the process does not actually employ cooking to imitate the aging process. The term may come about due to inaccurate translation due to the dual meaning of shú (熟) as both "fully cooked" and "fully ripened".“

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q497] [s62]


„Once dry, maocha can be sent directly to the factory to be pressed into raw pu'er, or to undergo further processing to make ripened pu'er. Sometimes Mao Cha is sold directly as loose-leaf "raw" Sheng Cha or it can be matured for 2–3 years in loose leaf form due to the faster rate of natural fermentation in an uncompressed state. This product is then pressed into numerous shapes and sold as "raw" Sheng Cha as a more matured final product.“

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q496] [s62]



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„gan; 干 - dry. Sometimes used to describe a certain feeling in the mouth, typically on the tongue or in the throat that is either due to the nature of the tea, or the way it has been processed or stored. Distinct from astringrent. See also 燥/zao“

Source Web: Zhi Zheng Tea Shop. Puer Tea Glossary[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.zhizhengtea.com/>. [q605] [s78]

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