Tiny Tin of Jingmai (2014 Sheng Puerh Tea)

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “This is simple and reminiscent of oolong/green tea although it doesn’t seem wrongly processed. It subtly wants me to think its a dessert, and smelling the leaves, wet and dry, is super nice. The...” Read full tasting note

From Crimson Lotus Tea

This is a 10g sample of tea we sourced on our first sourcing trip. These tins were originally sold in a set. We had a lot of this tin left over and are making it available for sale now. It is blend of young and old tree Spring material from Jingmai.

The old growth tea forests of Jingmai ( pronounced ‘jing my’ ) are nothing short of idyllic. These ancient forests border Burma and hide smuggler trade routes still in use today. The biodiversity of the region and the nearly untainted old world methods and rituals of tea cultivation and harvesting make this area unique among world tea production. Large tea trees planted before Columbus discovered the Americas are commonplace.

The tin seals tight and is reusable.

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This is simple and reminiscent of oolong/green tea although it doesn’t seem wrongly processed. It subtly wants me to think its a dessert, and smelling the leaves, wet and dry, is super nice. The texture is super duper creamy, while not being active at all.

Fair and simple, worth a tin to throw in at 60 cents per grams.

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