Home >  >  > 

Theme - Wuliang

The Wu Liang mountains peak out at about 3300 meters, making them the highest mountains in Simao prefecture. The Wu Liang mountain range is in the county of Jingdong.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Teas - Wuliang

2010 Yunnan Yin Hao Xiao Yuan Cha- Raw

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...

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,...

2004 Jin Hao Feng Huang Ripe Puerh Tuo Cha

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...


Quotes - Wuliang

Unfortunately, we did not find anything.


Photos - Wuliang

Tea Mountains Map,


Video - Wuliang

Unfortunately, we did not find anything.

Remember what tea did you drink year ago?

Create your own collection of favorite teas and keep the track what you have drunk.

How to add a tea?

Public or Private tea catalogue?

We will help you with tea selection.

Do you like quality loose tea?
We will help you to find the right one for you. Be inspired by tea ratings of other tea lovers. Rating stars could help you.    5 stars    5 stars 

More tea reviews

Photos

Organic Mountain -
Small inspiration
Small inspiration
Chengdu, the capital

Review your cup of tea.

Review the tea you are drinking and help other tea lovers to find the right cup of tea.


      5 stars  3 stars   1 stars

Theme

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Quotes

„This process was first developed in 1972 by Menghai Tea Factory and Kunming Tea Factory] to imitate the flavor and colour of aged raw pu-erh, and was an adaptation of wet storage techniques being used by merchants to falsify the age of their teas. Mass production of ripened pu'er began in 1975. It can be consumed without further aging, though it can also be stored to "air out" some of the less savoury flavors and aromas acquired during fermentation.“

Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q501] [s62]

Photos

Jasminum officinale,
Pu-erh shape - Brick
Camphor laurel
banner 4SUP.CZ - Nafukovací Paddleboardy