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1990 Menghai Zuncha Brick 250g
This well preserved and dry stored brick is a classic shu (cooked) Pu-erh. It has the taste of Jujube and Ginseng Herbal taste. The aging was slower during these years, producing flavorful Pu-erh's that rival good sheng cakes. Really nice taste and recommended.
1990's Iron Cake Traditional Characters 8653
This early 90's raw (green) cake is from the Xia Guan factory and is wrapped with the thin silk lined paper which was used for this series of 8653 Pu-erh's. A worthy addition which is smooth and infuses many times.
1990's Menghai Grand Red Label 350 g
This is a great early 1990's production of the old and famous Grand Red label of the 1950's. While this tea does not have the age, it does have excellent leaves and a beany and camphor taste that is quite unique. The leaves actually have a tinge of red color when steeped.
1990's Tong Xing Green Beeng Cha
This cake is made from an old factory which has been making Pu-erh for over 100 years. This cake is rich, smooth and slightly camphor tasting all with a very full bouquet. This recipe of tea production creates an almost malty taste as the leaves are cafefully and mildly oxidized during drying. This tea has had a nice ammount of time to age is and very drinkable.
1990's Tung Ching 350 g Green Beeng Cha
This cake comes from a well known factory. Although this is a green cake, it has a deep tasting flavor that gives it a shou taste. The leaves are dark but show to be raw when steeped. Late 1990's.
1990's White Needle Golden Lotus Loose Leaf Pu-erh
This circa 1990 loose leaf tea is made from very fine and small tips, which give it some white tipped qualities. It is a nice aged loose leaf, and much in demand in China now also.
1990's Xiaguan Tibetan Mushroom 250 g
This is a tea made in the mid 90's and is made from the special Tibetan fermentation formula. Xiaguan factory is well known for making this special tea. The leaves are moderately compressed and can be broken off by hand. This tea has a realy great earthy taste on the beany side. Quite desirable and good for 5 or more good infusions.
1993 Menghai Green Beeng Cha 7542
This cake is made from naturally slow oxidized leaves. They turn a chocolate brown color when steeped. The brew is a lighter color, but the taste is definitely of a mellowed and aged character. Menghai factory.
1994 Liu An Basket Aged Black Tea
This tea is fermented between oolong and black, but it is usually known as a black tea. It is loosely compressed and aged in handmade bamboo baskets. The taste is divine, but not for the weak-hearted. This is one hearty and deep tea. Each full basket is about 12 ounces or more of deliciously dank tea. 2 oz samples. Hong Ye tea factory
1994 Liu Bao Black Tea
This tea comes in large 5 kg baskets and is well aged and tastes smooth and amazing. You will search a long time to find such a satisfying and addictive tea. It's deep rich brew keeps you coming back for more.
1994 Menghai Zun Cha Brick
This 250 gram brick is made from fermented 9th grade leaf base. Ninth grade indicates the leaf size. Do not pass this by, it is an amazing and smooth aged cake that flakes off easily. Discover the wonderful aged teas that are sought after by those in the know.
1995 Green Beeng Cha 7542
This is a well known and high grade beeng cha that exhibits the classic chocolate colored aged leaves. The cake layers flake easily for many great and memorable servings. The wrappers are thin paper and on the rough side, but the tea is smooth and amazing. 350 grams.
1996 Green Beeng Cha 8582
We are happy to offer this very special edition of this raw (green) Pu-erh. The leaves are large and intact, as well as exhibiting a great shade of brown. A light brew with a mild but full taste lingers in the mouth. A great thick cake that is quite enjoyable.
1998 Aged 100 Liang Tea
Sold by the ounce.This special tea is encased in bamboo and bamboo leaves and then aged. Large compressed leaves reveal a rich brown color when steeped. A full 100 Liang log is about 8 lbs. It Hails from Hunan Province, (not Yunnan). Here we offer the whole log, which is quite impressive for yourself or a friend. It gets better as it ages. 1998
1998 Grand Yellow Label Beeng Cha
This is a very tasty cake. It is a special edition of the famous Grand Yellow cakes of the 1950's-60's. The leaves of this tea are very large and intact. I am sure this tea will get better, but it is amazing right now. This is a solid choice to taste a very good Pu-erh. Made with green leaves at the Menghai Factory.
1998 Menghai Green Tuocha 100g
This tuocha is green on its way to becoming brown. It still has some astringency but not too edgy. Nice wrapper of Menghai, just do not overbrew.
1998 Menghai Red Seal Green Beeng
This cake produces many nice infusions and has a full taste that stays in the nouth for a while. The inner Neifei is the classic green seal, although the wrappers are of the big red seal. 1998
1999 Yi Wu Mountain Green Beeng 350g
This Dadugang Yi Wu raw Pu-erh cake is made from 2nd grade nice leaves and was picked in the Xishanbanna area of Yunnan. The leaves are brownish now but with some astringency if oversteeped. That should go away in a few more years to make this a really top shelf Pu-erh.
2008 Tianjian Black Tea
This black tea is aged in bamboo baskets. Each basket contains 2 kg, but we are selling it by the 2 oz package so it is easier to check out and try. The tea is loose but compressed in the basket and it has a light taste for a black tea and is slightly smokey. It is said to help metabolize fats andclam digestion, both similiar to Pu-erh tea.
5 Kilo 1998 Golden Melon Tuocha
This striking Melon weighs 11 lbs. It consists of a rich and earthy Pu-erh that will even get better with age. For yourself or the friend who thought they had everything.
8 kilo 1998 Golden Melon Tuocha
This is the biggest Melon we could find! It is 17.5 lbs of Pu-erh. 18 inches wide and the tying markings are quite apparent. Made by hand in the traditional way, they have been traded like this for 1000 years. Cup not included.
Thursday 05 December, 2013