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Loose leaf Liu An Hei Cha from the '90s. From Anhui, China.
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These bricks were crafted by a talented female puer master name Tanmei who used to work for the Kunming tea factory. Now she is independent and works with her husband to market her tea.
Mini-Tuocha puer with chysanthemum petals. These are great for single-person gongfu sessions, or in places where breaking off pieces from a larger cake would be inconvenient.
Haiwan Factory square pu'er brick, 2010. This rip pu'er is rich and satisfying, with sweet molasses notes. It would be a great everyday drinking tea.
This is a very tightly packed cake which infuses into a delicious and very sweet liquor. Use a puer knife to pry apart the cake carefully, and infuse the leaf at least 6-8 times.
Loose version of Hunan Hei Cha, in the form of tightly packed cubes.
Loose leaf hei cha (post-fermented tea).
2 ounce tin, 4 ounce bag, or by the ounce.
Small coin-shaped sheng tuo cha in silver foil wrapper, Lao Cang factory. Price is for one tuo cha.
Liu An Hei Cha from 2008, aged and stored in bamboo basket. From Anhui, China.
This is a nice, basic, everyday loose leaf cooked puer, from 2007.
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