This is my description on the tea’s page, because I did not find nothing on the official site, so I will repeat…

This tea was first released in a second half of 2007 after the Pu-erh market crash, and it is loosely based on Jia Ji Tuocha. “Yan Yuan” means something like a “strong and fine predestination” while “Lu”, like I know, means that the tea is “green” or something like this.

The tea have refreshing and strong flavor. Just opened bag of five tuochas have a strong flavor of fresh mowed grass and then it turns into a strong nice smell of prunes.

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So… I like all of things that you can put in the water, watch it brewing or infusing bla bla :)

I like to buy tea, to choose from hundreds of types, like to expand my stash with new kinds


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