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    Tea tree: Pure big tree(arbor) Pu Er tea

    Harvest time: 2010 Spring

    Picking standard: One bud with two leaves

    Shape: tight, fat, plump

    Dried tea color: dark yellowish green color

    Aroma: high floral aroma, and honey fragrance

    Tea soup color: light yellowish green color

    Taste: flowery and honey taste, strong throat feeling, smooth tea soup

    N.W: 200g/cake


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    Best Pu Erh Tea - Tribute Tea Yibang Old Tree Connoisseur Raw Pu-erh



    This best Pu Erh tea is a tribute and connoisseur Yibang Pu Erh. Yibang Mountain used to be the top of the six famous mountains in Yunnan in Qing Dynasty; but in late Qing Dynasty, due to the plague and severe fire that killed thousnads of people and tea gardens, then Yibang tea decreased its yiled and reputation. So that is why later Yiwu mountain becomes more famous than Yibang in nowaday.

     

    Yibang tea, used to be the tribute in Qing Dynasty, actually is the middle&small leaves old tea trees(arbor) cultivated by Sichuan people. Though it is not the big leaves, its thick taste can cover and compete with many big leaves old trees, such as Yiwu. So that is why it was selected to be the tribute tea in Qing Dynasty.

     

    This tribute Yibang tea is a limited yield in each year, which enjoys high aroma and super sweetness. If use any Yiwu tea to compete with this Yibang ea, Yibang tea's thickness, sweetness can cover all the Yiwu tea you drink before. Soft tea liquid when you sip, the long-lasting aftertaste sweetness comes; your whole mouth's feeling (each organ reaction to tea) change slowly and slowly after you drink a cup of Yibang tea.