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  • Bulang Chun Xiang 2016
    $45.00
    357g
    Bulang Chun Xiang 2016
    This is our first Tea Urchin manufacture of ripe pu'er, and for this special pressing, we chose 10 year old aged tea leaves from the Bulang region that give a smooth, mellow, warming feeling. That's why we named it Bulang Chun Xiang 布朗醇香 - only age and fermentation can produce a mellow Bulang! The hand-printed wrapper artwork depicts a tea spirit, by Elaine Su-Hui Chew. The thick wrapping paper is also hand made. We hope you enjoy it!
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  • Dayi 7572-201 2012
    $38.00
    357g
    Dayi 7572-201 2012
    2012's first production run of Dayi's famous 7572 recipe. A cheap, accessible ripe cake for everyday drinking. Dayi 大益 is also known by the English name Taetea, and they have the largest store network in China, making them a popular mainstream and trusted source for puerh.
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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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  • Lang He 2006 Golden Buds
    $60.00
    250g
    Lang He 2006 Golden Buds
    This premium ripe puer cake made with old tree golden buds was produced by 郎河 Lang He tea factory under their private label 老茶坊 "Lao Cha Fang" in 2006. Lang He specializes in lighter fermentation so their ripe cakes are smooth & sweet without the heavy wodui flavour often associated with shupu.
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