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Jian Cha (Shade-Grown Sencha) Organic Green Tea 2013

Our Sencha is picked in early May, which is earlier than most Sencha. The color of the dry leaves is deep jade green. The flavor is sweet and lightly grassy, with aromas of springtime flowers.


Our price: $15.71

Jin Guan Yin Wulong Tea 2013
Uncommonly intense. Even the aromatic richness its dry leaf stands out among other Tie Guan Yin...


Our price: $22.95

Jin Kong Que (Golden Peacock) Organic Black Tea 2013

This handmade black tea has a rich, sweet flavor and a roasted yam aroma, without even a hint of bitterness.


Our price: $14.50

Jin Ya Zhen Shan Xiao Zhong (Golden Lapsang Souchong) 2013

Smoked tea with delicate, sweet and complex flavors.


Our price: $11.80

Jing Gu Xiao Fang Zhuan (Black Puer Brick) 2013 100g

Exceptionally smooth flavor, with a rich and sweet body with no acid bitterness. The fermentation for this tea was done entirely without adding moisture to the leaves, instead allowing them to ferment for a longer period of time – almost ninety days.


Our price: $15.00
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Jing Gu Xiao Fang Zhuan (Green Puer Brick) 2009 100g

When brewed, this tea shares a lightly sweet aroma. The color of the liquid resembles fresh apricots and is very clear and clean; there is no murkiness or dust. This tea's mao cha comes from the Lin Cang tea area in west Yunnan. The mao cha from this area is very robust, giving a very strong personality to the finished puer. The flavor covers your whole mouth and creates a long finish. After a few cups, you can easily find a smooth lightly sweet flavor on the back of your tongue and throat.


Our price: $14.85
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Jing Mai Da Shu Bing (Black Puer Cake) 2011 357g

This black puer cake is from the Jing Mai region of Yunnan province . . .


Our price: $79.44
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Jing Mai Early Spring Ancient Tree Green Puer Cake 2011 357g

This green cake is  selected from mao cha from 100-200 year old tea trees which is naturally grown within the wildflowers and trees of the forest. When the bush yields in the spring and the forest is blooming, it absorbs a complex aroma. Being from old trees, this tea yields rich and complex flavors.

Due to the prolonged drought in Yunnan, Jing Mai’s tea has become more and more rare. This is a good tea to enjoy now or keep as a collectable.


Our price: $92.04
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