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Aged Tea

  • 15 Year Wild Aged Liu Bao

    This 15 year aged wild Liu Bao comes from a remote part of Wuzhou County in Guangxi and aged over the years in Guangxi before being packed in 500 gram baskets. Wet storage tea lovers will be pleased with this one. You’ll find lots of earthiness and notes of autumn leaves, camphor, vanilla and betel nut.

     

    0,80 / g iva inc.

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  • 20 Year Aged Puerh Shou CNNP 7581

    Fantastic 20 year aged puerh 7581 recipe from Kunming Tea Factory (CNNP). This is a ripe puerh comprised entirely of fermented Menghai area large leaf varietal Pu-erh and pressed in 250 gram bricks as you see in the image. It was dry stored in Kunming for 17 years and has spent the last 3 years aging in Barcelona. The tea liquor is deep red mahogany with a strong aged taste with camphor, wet earth, wood, tobacco, berries, dried persimmons and some smokiness.

    We are selling this special tea in 10 gram increments. Please contact me directly if you’re interested in a whole brick.

     

    0,80 / g iva inc.

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  • 25 Year Aged Baozhong

    25 year aged Baozhong oolong from Taiwan. This excellent, partially oxidized tea from the Pinglin area was stored under dry conditions, without further baking over time. It’s quiet hard to find aged oolongs in Taiwan that haven’t been re-fired over time! The tea aged slowly and peacefully at our friend’s shop in Hsinchu, Taiwan. You’ll find very surprising, fruity notes like Fuji apples and red cherries you’d never find in a fresh baozhong.

    0,80 / g iva inc.

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  • 30 Years Vintage Wen Shan Bao Zhong

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    Excellent vintage Bao Zhong (Pouchong) made and stored on a small family farm in northeast Taiwan. This tea was made with the native Chin Shin (Gentle Heart) varietal, which evolved from China’s famous Tie Guan Yin (Iron Goddess) varietal. Bao Zhong is a traditional type of oolong that is very lightly oxidized. This fantastic vintage was heavily roasted over longyan charcoal in the traditional fashion.

    0,95 / g iva inc.

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  • 1999 Hua Yuan Jing Puerh

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    This tea was produced by the Hua Yuan tea factory in Kunming in 1999. Hua Yuan tea factory was absorbed by CNNP (Kunming Tea Factory) in late 2000. A rare production made from very slightly fermented spring 1999 material stored in Shanghai. Half fermented tea is wo dui fermentation achieved in just 15 to 20 days, whereas normal ripe fermentation is achieved in 45 days. In the case of this cake the fermentation period is even less, perhaps just 7 to 10 days, making this even more unique. There also appears to be a tiny quantity (less than 5%) of fully ripened leaves mixed in with the raw leaves! The taste is much like that of a 20+ year raw pu-erh. Very clean and complex taste!

    0,80 / g iva inc.

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  • 2012 Raw “Sheng” Pu-erh Mengsong Bamboo

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    Sheng pu-erh tea made using Mengsong plantation leaves, the highest area in Xishuangbanna, which produces more fragrant teas. Aromatic bamboo is rare and must be harvested in August. This fantastic tea has already been aging 5 years and is delicious!!!

    0,25 / g iva inc.

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  • 2011 Shu Puerh Organic Mushroom Tuo

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    This 2011 shou puerh pressed in “jin cha” or mushroom tuo shape is made entirely from OFDC certified organic pu-erh harvested in the Wu Liang mountains of Simao. Nan Jian tea factory is located north of the Wu Liang and is very highly regarded for their organic tea specialization. These mushroom tuos were then aged in the warm mist shrouded climate of Nan Jian.

    0,12 - 0,60 / g iva inc.

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  • 2009 Shou Aged Lao Cha Tou Pearls

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    Incredible chance to taste a fantastic, clean and aged Cha Tou! Cha Tou or “tea nuggets” are a by-product of puerh processing. During the fermentation piling process (Wo Dui) little nuggets form at the bottom of the pile

    0,18 - 0,60 / g iva inc.

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  • 2007 Vietnam Cao Ba

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    Vietnam is known for producing green teas, and recently some oolongs, blacks and whites but what is still very rare is to find dark or fermented tea. This 2007 Cao Ba tea was made similar to a cooked (shou) puer with the exception that the leaves were left to ferment over many years, a much longer and slower process.

    0,17 - 0,70 / g iva inc.

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