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  • Shu-Puerh-Old-Grangfather-China-Finest-from-Teada

    Shu Pu-erh – Old Grandpa China Finest Pu-Erh

    Rated 5.00 out of 5

    A round, flat, 50g  disc or puck-shaped tea. Depending on the pressing method, the edge of the disk can be rounded or perpendicular. It is also commonly known as Qīzí bǐngchá (七子餅茶, literally “seven units cake tea”) because seven of the bing are packaged together at a time for sale or transport.

    Pu’er traditionally begins as a raw product known as “rough” máochá (毛茶) and can be sold in this form or pressed into a number of shapes and sold as “raw” shēngchá (生茶). Both of these forms then undergo the complex process of gradual fermentation and maturation with time. The wòduī (渥堆) fermentation process developed in 1973 by the Kunming Tea Factory created a new type of pu’er tea. This process involves an accelerated fermentation into “ripe” shúchá (熟茶) which is then stored loose or pressed into various shapes. The fermentation process was adopted at the Menghai Tea Factory shortly after and technically developed there. The legitimacy of shúchá is disputed by some traditionalists in contrast to aged teas. All types of pu’er can be stored to mature before consumption, which is why it is commonly labelled with the year and region of production.

    $10.00 / 1.76 Oz Disk Add to cart
  • Tai-Ping-Hou-Kui-Teada

    Taiping Houkui – Green Tea

    Taiping houkui (Chinese: 太平猴魁; pinyin: tàipíng hóukuí; literally: “peaceful monkey leader”; pronounced [tʰâipʰǐŋ xǒukʰwěi]) tea is grown at the foot of Huangshan (黄山) in the former Taiping Prefecture, Anhui. The tea has been produced since the beginning of the 20th century and is produced around the small village of Hou Keng (猴坑). It won the “King of Tea” award in China Tea Exhibition 2004 and is sometimes listed as a China famous tea.

    $8.50 / Oz Add to cart
  • tieguanyin-huang-xiang-chinese-oolong-tea-teada

    Tieguanyin Tea – Get Iron Warrior Tea – TGY

    Classic Tieguan will leave you very pleased with its taste. It’s a legendary oolong tea. The best quality that you can get of  TGY. If you’re looking to get Iron Warrior Tea, then it’s teadastore.com. Anxi, Fujian Province Tea, Iron Goddess of Mercy, Raw Green Tieguanyin Tea

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart
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    Tieguanyin Tea – Roasted in Bitter Melon – Get Iron Warrior Tea – TGY

    TGY Roasted in Bitter Melon. The tea is named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Guanyin, who is known in Japan as Kannon and in Korea as Gwan-eum. Guanyin is a female embodiment of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva.

    $7.70 / Oz Add to cart
  • Tieluohan-Chinese-Oolong-Tea-Teada

    Tieluohan – Oolong of Fujian Province – Iron Warrior Monk

    Tieluohan (simplified Chinese: 铁罗汉; traditional Chinese: 鐵羅漢; pinyin: tiěluóhàn; pronounced [tʰjè.lwǒ.xân]) is one of the Four Great Oolongs and a light Wuyi tea. Tieluohan, all but unknown abroad,[citation needed] is the cultivar responsible for one of the four best known yan cha, “rock teas” grown on cliffs in the Wuyi Mountains in northern Fujian Province, China. Legend tells that this tea was created by a powerful warrior monk with golden-bronze skin, hence the name Tieluohan, which means “Iron Warrior Monk”.

    The color of the leaf is an intense green and the resulting tea is of a lighter color. The taste of the tea should be full-bodied and supple, with gentle floral notes and the traditional long-lasting finish.

    $8.50 / Oz Add to cart
  • Xihu Longjing Pan Roasted Green Tea of Longjing Village Teadastore

    Xihu Longjing – Pan Roasted Green Tea of Longjing Village

    Longjing tea (simplified Chinese: 龙井茶; traditional Chinese: 龍井茶; pinyin: lóngjǐng chá; Cantonese Yale: lung4 jeng2 cha4; Standard Chinese pronunciation [lʊ̌ŋ.tɕìŋ.ʈʂʰǎ]), sometimes called by its literal translated name Dragon Well tea, is a variety of pan-roasted green tea from the area of Longjing Village near Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province, China. It is produced mostly by hand and renowned for its high quality, earning it the China Famous Tea title.

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart