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  • Lang He 2010 Yu Pin
    $60.00
    400g
    Lang He 2010 Yu Pin
    "Yu Pin" is a 400g ripe puer cake, produced by 郎河 Lang He tea factory under their private label 老茶坊 "Lao Cha Fang." Ripe puerh is Lang He's specialty, the founder Mr. Yang believes there's more artistry in making ripe versus raw, and he always supervises the fermentation process himself. Lang He's lighter fermentation process results in a lighter, sweeter liquor that is free of that fishy wo dui flavour common in heavily fermented shu. The proof is in the pudding. This Yu Pin won the bronze award at the 2010 Yunnan tea expo for best shu puer.
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  • Chen Sheng Yi Hao 2010 Spring
    $199.00
    400g
    Chen Sheng Yi Hao 2010 Spring
    Chen Sheng made Lao Ban Zhang famous by monopolizing the supply and building a large factory in the village. 陈升一号 is the signature blend from the Chen Sheng factory and contains enough Bulang and Banzhang material to deliver a mouthful of strong flavors and a powerful chaqi. Our cakes are from the first production run of 2010, and already show promising signs of aging.
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  • Mengku Great Snow Mountain 2010 Spring
    $179.00
    500g
    Mengku Great Snow Mountain 2010 Spring
    This pu'er cake was produced in the Spring of 2010 by the Rongshi tea factory in Mengku, from tea leaves grown in DaXueShan 大雪山, which translates as "Great Snow Mountain." Aged in Shanghai since release, the aroma is of smokey aged wood, musty old books, dried mushrooms & Chinese herbal medicines, finishing with forest floor, and sweet brown sugar. The tea brews a viscous, dark amber, which can be very thick and pulpy if oversteeped. The tea flavour is of aged camphor, mushroom soup, smoke, potsticker char with a syrupy nectar note that binds it throughout. There is very little bitterness or astringency, it's so easy & fun to drink. The aftertaste is slightly silty, there is some bitterness and smoke, but it turns sweet quickly. A sweet toffee note lingers in the empty cup, and in later steeps, sweet huigan appears at the back of your throat. It has some giddy chaqi to it too. Overall, very good price to performance and makes for an attractive gift with a large huangpian pressed into the top of each 500g cake.
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