pu'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, fermented tea for collection
high quality pu'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, with details of the loose-leaf
puh'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, Chinese tea with gaiwan gongfucha
pu'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, fermented tea for collection
high quality pu'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, with details of the loose-leaf
puh'er tea pressed in brick cake from Nannuo mountain, Bama, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, Chinese tea with gaiwan gongfucha

2022 Pu'er Shengpu, Wild Forest Stone-pressed cake

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Paolo Mairati
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Ciao,usually I use drink Japanese green traits very different from Italy surprise and I like it.

Hi Paolo, thank you very much for your kind review, it is an honour to know that our pu'er has been the beginning of a new discovery for you in the world of tea!
There is a whole world of flavors in front of you, and we will be happy to host you in our tearoom in Milan to brew something together

Farmed, harvested and curated by Eastern Leaves

Our tea production

This tea comes from the tea forest we own in Yunnan, in Nannuo and Lunan/Pasha mountain.
We take care of each leg of the production: from the care of the under-forest until package and distribution.

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Generations of masters

Our production is entirely supervised by Yan Kunli, that was born and raised on Nannuo mountain, and in 2007 won the Pu'er Shengpu producer competition for the highest Shaqing skills, among all the Hani minority in Yunnan.
He is the master in his craft, and we are proud to have him with us.

Starting on September 6th

Xiaoye // Small-leaf course

A long-term course on Chinese teas and terroir, with elements of Chinese language: the beginning of your independent travel into Chinese leaves and markets. 

Next sessions:

- Americas, Asia and Oceania time-zone: September 8th, 8pm EDT (calculate your local time)

- Europe, Asia and Oceania time-zone:  October 23rd, 2pm CEST (calculate your local time)

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