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We offer an extensive range of the highest quality premium teas, both single estates sourced from tea growing regions around the world and exquisite flavoured blends made by hand in our factory in Edinburgh. 

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Unfortunately we have had a delay in receiving more empty caddies to pack our teas. We expect these to arrive towards the end of May. In the meantime, we are working to put all our products in boxes or on pre-order.

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Jingmai Ancient Trees Raw Pu Erh

Size: 30g Caddy

Jing Mai Ancient Trees Raw Pu Erh is made from trees that grow wild in the high mountains of Jing Mai in Yunnan province. Some of these trees are hundreds of years old and are cultivated completely organically and bio-dynamically. The tea leaves undergo minimal processing with light steaming and then sundrying and sorting being the only processes applied.

 

We are very lucky to have some of this exquisite tea as most of the production of this small Dai tribe factory goes to be pressed into Beeng Cha or to be cooked and put into teabags.

Where is it from?:

Yunnan Province, China

Yunnan Province China

Brewing Instructions

Scales Thermometer Jug Timer
5g (3 tsp)

100°C

200ml 1-2 mins
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    13/04/2020
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    Very light taste

    One for the light tea connoisseurs I feel. As a fan of various Chinese pu’erh teas I tried this on a whim; it does indeed have a very light taste of fennel. Quite a lot more tea than is usual is required to have a noticeable taste on the palate. Unusually for pu’erh tea the flavour doesn’t increase with further flushes but instead dissipates rapidly. If you are a tea explorer this is worth trying but be prepared to have only a few cups of tea per bag.