A small nest from the Meng Hai area. Infusion of dark orange color with intense aroma and for Meng Hai teas typical sweet and full taste. The tea has matured since production in 2007 in China in a dry warehouse.
Meng Hai 2007 Tuocha 100g
Tuocha 沱茶 denotes Pu’er pressed into the shape of a nest or bowl. It is one of the basic shapes into which Pu’er is traditionally pressed. The package usually consists of 5 pieces wrapped in bamboo or paper. However, the usual traditional weight is 250g in recent years, and due to the increased interest in Pu’er and its higher exports, smaller nests can usually be found, usually weighing 100g or 50g. However, these small nests are not commonly available on the Chinese market because there is no demand for them.
Chrysanthemum (ju hua)
Selected white chrysanthemum flowers-improve eyesight, nourish the liver, and treat high blood pressure. Traditionally, it is mixed with pu-erh.
Qi Lan "Rare Orchid"-one of the few newer oolong teas from Wuyi Mountain.
The larger leaves are usually scattered and exude a sweet floral fragrance. The dark yellow tea soup has a strong, sweet floral aroma, ripe fruit aroma to honey aroma.
Orchids full of orchid fragrance, with strong aroma and aftertaste.
Dried hawthorn berries (shan-zha)
Japanese green tea Bancha mixed with finely fried rice, which gives it a special bread-sweet taste. In translation, the name means "Tea with unpolished rice".
Huang Zhi Xiang
The aroma of tea is sweet and fruity, floral, citrus and peach aromas. In more and more brewing processes, the color of the infusion changed from soft golden pink to amber. The taste is obviously fruity, sweet and refreshing. The aftertaste is strong honey with a gooseberry hue.
This tea can withstand many brews and is definitely one of the most unique teas in our collection at an affordable price, but it is also of high quality.