Thaï Heicha "Liu Bao" - 1995

This tea was produced in northern Thailand in 1995 by a small factory that manufactures fermented teas, of the Puer type, for the supply of China. The quality of this tea is very high, with strong fermentation, and the possibility of re-infusing the tea almost ten times without problems. Brewing advice: Use a small 25 to 35cl teapot, such as our Yixing...

Pu Er Shu Mandarine 2015

Mandarin Pu Er is a fermented shu (cooked) tea harvested and made in 2015 and aged in a hollowed out mandarin. The tea is produced in Menghai in Yunnan. It is then put in a mandarin from Guang Dong in the locality of Xin Hui, where it will then be aged. It is advisable to break the tangerine peels and infuse them with the tea. Western preparation: 2g for...

Pu Er Shu Vintage 2015

Produced in the only Pu Er tea factory in Thailand at Doi Wawee, at an altitude of around 1,200 meters. The tea trees used to produce this tea are more than a century old. Sold in 350g cakes or in bulk.

Golden Pu Er Shu

This tea is produced in Yunnan with an exclusively picking of buds. It's a Pu Er Shu from 2018 with intense autumnal flavors, mushrooms, undergrowth. We recommend water at 100 degrees, 2g / 10cl and an infusion of 1mn 30 seconds. Multiple infusions are possible.

Mini Tuocha Shu Vintage 2015

Heicha Thaï, de type Pu erh, fabriqué par une petite manufacture dans le nord de la Thaïlande spécialisée dans le production de thés Pu Erh pour le marché chinois.

Wild Purple Tea Pu Er Sheng BIO

Tea produced in a small plantation at about 1,200m above sea level, where tea trees have replaced poppy plants since the 1970s. The plantation is subsidized by the Thai state to cover the costs of organic certification of its teas. This particular tea is produced after the owner of the plantation walks several hours in the jungle nearby the village and...

Laos - Bua Li Lam

This tea is produced by Mrs. Bua Li Lam with the tea trees from her garden which she cultivates in her village at 1,000 meters above sea level on the Boloven Plateau in the south of Laos. The tea plants were planted in the 1930s by the French in Indochina. To dry her tea, Ms. Bua uses a wok which she heats with the woods recovered from the jungle. The tea...

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