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Feng Qing Gushu

15,80
"Wild Old Yunnan" - juicy red tea from old, wild-growing tea trees of the large-leaf  Yunnan variety. Thicker and larger leaves, fewer tips, but even more taste and infusions. Typical sweet fruity-woody aromas and intense fruity flavors with hints of ancient wood and dried apricots.

Huang Shan Mao Feng Ji Pin

27,04
"Wild hairy peaks from the Yellow Mountains in the highest quality" - fresh fresh richly tips green tea from the Yellow Mountains in Anhui Province. Infusion of soft green color, slightly herbal scent. The taste is fresh, fresh, sweetly herbal, sweetening on the palate.

Meng Ding Shi Hua

35,36
"Stone Flower" - an exceptional green tea from our plantations on Meng Ding Mountain. Careful collection, only the top buds with one small leaf. The first harvest of the year. Dry tea with an herbal dense aroma that literally spells. After watering, it softens and is pleasantly sweet, herbal to floral. The taste is full, round and smooth on the palate with a long, slightly spicy aftertaste.

Rohini Moonlight

13,31
Tips and two young leaves are treated similarly to Chinese oolongs, which enhances the aroma and reduces the expressiveness of the tannins. In the aroma we can find, for example, grapes and pineapple. The taste is light, freshly fruity, sweet, with a relatively long aftertaste.

Wu Liang Shan Mao Jian Ye Sheng

10,81
Fresh aromatic green tea from the above gardens on Mount Wu Liang (1670 MASL). Dark green even leaf with a noticeable proportion of silvery tips. Leaf fresh aroma with a hint of fruit, infusion of sparkling yellow-green color, fresh stronger flavors with a hint of fruit and a typical hint of chestnut flowers. Aftertaste is pleasantly sweet in other infusions and the fruity taste stands out.

Yue Guang Bai “White Moonlight”

11,64
"White moonlight" - known as 'white pu-erh' - a special green (sheng) pu-erh with a difference in processing, where the leaves are allowed to fade at night after harvest, instead of in the sun, as is usual in maocha. A large proportion of dull silvery, large hairy tips gives the tea an attractive appearance. The color of the infusion is yellowish and smells mostly of herbs with a little fruit. The taste is sweet, very complex and develops with each subsequent infusion, with a bit of bitterness gradually appearing and encouraging the distinctive flavors typical of green (sheng) pu-erhas.

Zao Chun

10,81
"Early Spring" - Fresh aromatic green tea from higher parts (1100 m above sea level) from the early harvest. Nice even leaf with a higher proportion of silvery hairy tips. Leaf fresh aroma with a hint of fruit, infusion of sparkling yellow-green color of fresh delicate fruit taste with a typical hint of chestnut flowers. Aftertaste in other infusions is pleasantly sweet and the fruity taste stands out.