This is Hai Lang Hao's special autumn blend of ancient arbor tea. The name "Zhu Jiu" (煮酒) means to "boil liquor" and it represents how the deep-colored and highly complex flavor of the liqour can put the drinker in an almost "drunk-on-tea" like state.
Another high quality ripe pu-erh tea from Hai Lang! This is entirely Spring 2011 fermented wild arbor tea from Bu Lang area of Menghai. The tea was fermented in Menghai under the supervision of Xinghai tea factory in summer of 2011. The tea was then stored in Menghai until late 2014 when it was purchased and pressed by Hai Lang.
This lovely cake is a blend of 3 different villages' Spring 2014 first flush teas. "He Yun" means harmonius rhyme. The blend has bitterness, astringency, pungency, aroma, cha qi and is very infusable.