Black teas from Guangxi often have silky, slightly sweet notes in a full-bodied cup.
2007 Guangxi Dark Tea Cake
This dark tea cake from the Baise district of Guangxi province is very similar to an aged sheng puer. The liquor is very fresh, vibrant, crisp, invigorating, and smooth with a hint of a toasty note. The leaves (local Guangxi tea cultivar Lingyun White Downy tea) for this tea were grown in 2005, then aged and made into this cake in 2007. An exceptional and very unusual dark tea.
This beautiful gift box includes a stainless steel puer knife.
Golden Mao Feng
If there was such a thing as cocoa-honey, this is what it would taste like. Large, golden, wiry, twisted leaves with a sweet, dark aroma produce a liquor that is very thick, velvety, sweet, almost cocoa-y.