35035 is the recipe number for this lovely light fermented Liu Bao tea from the oldest producer of Liu Bao in Guangxi (Three Cranes / Wuzhou Tea Factory). Much like ripe pu-erh tea, liu bao is wet piled for for several weeks to allow fermentation to take place.
Produced by the Wuzhou division of the China Tea Company (Guangxi Zhong Cha) using the traditional wet piling technique! This is a wonderful example of what a well processed traditional style Liu Bao tea can taste like in it's infancy.
Processed in 2001 and then packed into 25 kilogram baskets this tea still has some lumps and chunks but is easily pried apart. The tea soup is sweet and thick... there is a camphor spice and hint of aged raw pu-erh.
Small artisan produced Wild Liu Bao grown in a remote part of Wuzhou County in Guangxi Province. Expertly processed and then stored for almost 15 years in Guangxi. Available in 50, 100, 250 gram and whole basket quantities!
Traditional Style Liu Bao from the oldest producer of Liu Bao in Guangxi (Three Cranes / Wuzhou Tea Factory). Grade 1 and Grade 3 wet piled material was expertly processed and then pressed into these "phat" 100 gram tea cakes.