The tea itself is an aromatic affair, with hints of camphor and molasses. Although young it delivers a thick and full soup with a nice mouthfeel not unlike a good raw tea. A high quality tea worthy of aging that is also priced affordably.
The ripe tea produced under this label is typically more refined than the ripe tea sold under the "Bao Yan" (Tibetan/Holy Flame) label. After having aged for 8 years the newish "wu dui" flavor is completely gone.
This tea was fermented in 2002, but was packed in 2004. Date on packaging is 2002 and reflects the end of the fermentation batch. The Y671 is Grade 3 ripe leaves and is heavier and stronger taste than the 2003 Y562.
The perfect tea bag for ripe pu-erh enthusiasts who want to drink tea on the go. Also convenient for re-sale in cafe or teahouse environment. Each pyramidal nylon tea bag contains 3 grams of 2012 fermentation batch certified organic tea from Menghai area.
This is made from a blend of fermented tea and has been aged for 6 years in Nan Jian. The brewed tea is aromatic and spicy with camphor taste. Sweet and pungent this tea reflects it's unique origins and Nan Jian Tu Lin's proprietary blending style.
One of the classic Nan Jian tuo cha blends. 801 tuo cha is a 100 gram tuo that is composed of ripe pu-erh from Wu Liang mountain and Lincang are pu-erh tea. The 801 recipe features prominent gold tips and smooth sweet after-taste!
Fermented from high quality Menghai material, this medium to light fermentation tea cake offers a strong thick taste and notably complex mouth-feel. An incredibly big and chunky tea cake but without a big price tag!
Nice balanced taste! Sweet, pungent and slight bitterness all rolled into one tea. Light-Medium fermentation gives this a subtle cha qi and mouth-watering effect making this a good bet for long-term aging!
We blended various grades to create a balance recipe comprising of tippy golden buds and heavier grade 1,3,5 and 7 leaves. The term "Hui Run" refers to the sweet, slippery and soothing feeling that lingers in the mouth and throat even after the tea drinking session has ended.