Pu-erh Tea 1980 and Older
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Pu-erh Tea 1980 and Older
Pu-erh Tea 1980-1990
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1940-60 Antique Hong Tai Chang Pu-erh
This well aged Pu-erh dates from between the 1940's and 1960's. There are no wrappers so it is hard to identify the exact year. This comes from a famous factory in Yunnan. A light and sweeter tasting Pu-erh. 1 oz packs directly from the cake. We now have some full cakes of this old tea. Tea from a different era.
1960 Liao Fu Hao Ji Loose Leaf Raw Pu-erh 1 oz.
This is a rare and coveted old loose leaf tea that comes from the Vietnam/Chinese border. This tea has subtle tastes of camphor, ginseng and Chinese medicine in the finest combination. Liao Fu Hao Ji tea has a limited availibility and is now a pure treasure. Dare to wake up these sleeping leaves? You won't be sorry.
1960 Tong Xing Hao Ji Yiwu Loose Leaf Pu-erh 1 oz
Any words to describe the taste of this tea will fall short of its true taste. This tea represents the ultimate Tong Xing Camphor taste which is the hallmark of some of the finest aged teas. More than 55 years and perfect storage has done this tea right. A taste you will never forget. 1 oz
1960's Guang Yun Imperial Green Beeng Cha
This old cake from the early 60's is made from leaves from Yunnan that were brought to Guang Dong Province for processing. This practice continued into the 1990's and produced a sought after and collected series of green Pu-erh's.
1970's Cultural Revolution Tuocha
This circa early 1970's Tuocha is a real pleasure to drink. The leaves break apart by hand, which is a true sign of this tea's age. Wet leaves are dark and rich smelling, typical of a tuocha's small leaf base. Well stored without any off tastes, this is a winner. About 90 grams.
1970's Zhong Cha Iron Cake Simplified Letters
This rare and classic cake was made during the Cultural Revolution in the early 1970's. It's wrapper is the Simplified Chinese Characters variety. It is a Green Aged Pu-erh that has matured over the years. The fine mellowed taste is a real prize or special gift tea. About 330 grams.
1970-90 Aged Tea House Blend Pu-erh
This is a special blended tea which consists of aged bricks, cakes, loose sheng and shu teas which have been collected and added to over many years and have aged together in HK. This tea is smooth and dry stored so there is no musty taste. This tea ranges from 1970 to 1990 and shows many different types of leaves from different eras. From a tea house or restaurant rich with history of tea.
1978 Pu-erh Zuncha Brick Shu (Ripe)
1978 Vintage Old Pu-erh Camphor Flavor 220g brick. This Zhang Xiang (Camphor Flavor) brick is 35 years old and made from ripened (shu) Pu-erh from the Menghai area. The leaves show a very dark appearance when steeped, showing the cooking process and aging also. This is a great old brick that is smooth like a vintage Pu-erh. 220 grams
Hanoi 1930's Che Banh 250 g
This drinkable antique is a Pu-erh made in Hanoi, Vietnam in the 1930's. It was made for export back to China and elsewhere. Vietnam was controlled by the French and so the labels have the English factory name Che Banh. Drink it if you dare. 250 grams.
Liu An Basket Aged 1950 1oz
This antique black tea has a sublime and smooth taste that time created. They say this tea is a good digestive aid. You will see why if you try it, it is a dark and deep brew. Age has treated this tea well. 1 oz.
Monday 30 November, 2015