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Nonpareil Raw Pu-erh Teas Assortment Samples

$49.00
The Pack Includes:
Xi Gui Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020 - 8g
×2
Mang Fei Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020 - 8g
×2
Xiao Hu Sai Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020 -8g
×2
Menghai Bulang Cha Wang Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2014 - 8g
×2
Bing Dao Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020 - 8g
×2
Nonpareil Raw Pu-erh Teas Assortment Samples
Summary

Xi Gui Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020

This is a pu'erh tea with the typical Xigui characteristics which is special selected by TeaVivre, you can taste and enjoy it according to the product introduction.



Bing Dao Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020

Rock sugar tastes, floral and fruity aroma and its soft and sweet tastes touched us to the heart.



Xiao Hu Sai Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020

A good tea with strong floral fragrance and wild charm, worth a try.



Mang Fei Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020

Shocked by the strong orchid fragrance and the long-lasting honey aroma at the bottom of the cup, highly recommended.



Menghai Bulang Cha Wang Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2014

A rare excellent tea, even the initial steep is quite powerful, mellow and aromatic, and the bitterness turns to sweetness quickly.




Xi Gui Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020
Origin: Bangdong County, Xigui, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China
Dry Leaf: Round and well-shaped cake, with fat tea buds and leaves, dark greenish brown in color
Liquor: Bright yellow
Taste: The first few steeps taste sweet and soft, rich in fragrance with a slight astringency, but will quickly dissolve; the taste becomes mellow in the middle and the aroma is lasting; the last few steeps become sweet and soft again, producing a copious secretion of saliva

On the west bank of the Lancang River, there is a small mountain village called Xigui. Not only does it have a nice name, it also produces a very famous Pu'erh tea - Xigui Ancient Tree Tea. It is said that Xigui tea is rich in endoplasm and can brew multiple steeps. The tea liuid is full of taste, the aroma is high, the cha qi is strong but the taste is soft and delicate, accompanied by strong sweetness and fluid production, and the fragrance lasts for a long time.

Bing Dao Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020
Origin: Bingdao Village, Mengku Town, Shuangjiang, Lincang, Yunnan Province, China
Dry Tea: Round and well-shaped cake, fat tea buds and leaves with obvious white hairs
Liquor: Bright and clear yellow
Mouthfeel: Taste soft, sweet and refreshing. After drinking, saliva is produced inside each cheek and becomes sweet quickly. The mouth and throat have the cooling sensation

This Bing Dao Pu-erh tea was plucked in the spring of 2020, relatively new, but the taste is not monotonous. It has the unique Bing Dao tea character, rock sugar taste and nectar aroma. The day leaf has rich sweet and fruity fragrance, along with some wild aroma. The liquor is soft, mellow and smooth, almost no astringency. It tastes soft, sweet and refreshing with sweet aftertaste, moreover, after several infusions, the mouth and throat will have some cooling sensation, with long lasting tea aroma. Look forward to its natural transformation.

Xiao Hu Sai Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake 2020
Origin: Xiao Hu Sai Village, Shuangjiang County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China
Dry Leaf: Round and well-shaped cake, the strips are fat and strong, and the color is dark green
Liquor: Bright and clear golden yellow
Taste: Rich and smooth with obvious honey aroma, slightly bitter but quickly turn sweet

Having heard about that Xiao Hu Sai pu’erh tea can be put on a par with Bing Dao pu’erh. And TeaVivre was fortunate to find this raw pu’her tea from the Xiao Hu Sai Ancient Tea Producing Area in Mengku, which is really extraordinary. Its aroma is dominated by sweet honey; the tea liquid is full of flavor and full of wild charm. The entrance might be a little bitter but it will quickly disappear, after that, we can feel the tea aroma filling our mouth, traveling through our teeth, accompanying a strong sweet aftertaste and body fluid from our cheeks and the bottom of the tongue.

Mang Fei Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2020
Origin: Mangfei Village, Yongde County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China
Dry Leaf: Round and well-shaped cake, dark green in color, fat tea buds and leaves with obvious white hairs
Liquor: Bright yellow in color
Taste: Rich taste and full of Cha Qi, turn to sweet quickly with lingering fragrance

Mang Fei Tea, known as "one of the three treasures of Yongde", has thick liquor, rich and full taste, strong and long-lasting aroma at the brewed cup, and promotes the secretion of saliva. When we tasted it for the first time, we were amazed by it. From the first infusion, the taste is rich and the orchid fragrance can last till the six infusions. It has full Cha Qi and thick taste, but almost without any bitterness. After drinking, only the aroma and sweet aftertaste are left in the mouth. This tea was plucked and produced in 2020, relatively new, so it's very worth collecting and waiting for its later transformation.

Menghai Bulang Cha Wang Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2014
Origin: Bulang Mountain, Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China
Dry Leaf: Evenly compressed round cake shape, the leaves are fat and clear with obvious pekoes
Liquor: Bright golden in color
Taste: Rich and full, mellow and smooth, the fragrance is strong and lingering

Bulang Mountain, in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, is considered a gem, as it is home to many excellent pu-erh teas. TeaVivre's Bulang Cha Wang is made from around 500-year-old Bulang ancient tea trees and contains the traditional qualities of Bulang teas – rich in taste, sweet aftertaste, strong feeling of body fluid producing, high and lingering fragrance.

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