This year's Mi Jing Village (Mang Zhi Mountain area of Yi Wu) has a strong resemblance to our Cha Wang 2 tea cake released in 2011. We have been asked about the Cha Wang 2's successor by customers for several years. It took me 4 years of tirelessly searching to find a tea that I felt was...
This is a blend of old arbor Yi Wu tea from two different areas (no plantation). The blend gives the tea special full and balanced character. This recipe harkens back to the days when Yi Wu villages were rarely differentiated from eachother and tea was blended without regards to location, unintentionally achieving amazing results!
This year's You Le Mountain tea is from a village-owned cooperative tea forest with many old trees and with strict ecological protections in place. The environment where these trees is natural and bio-diverse. The age of the trees is between 100 and 400 years of age.
This is a plantation Yi Wu from Spring 2012, and it's been aged as Mao Cha for 3 years. It was discovered this year and I really enjoyed the tea and wanted to offer it as a bargain tea that would bring enjoyment without a heavy price tag.