2014 Autumn Bing Dao Raw Pu-Erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Creamy, Apricot, Stonefruits, Sweet, White Grapes, Cream, Earth, Flowers, Honey, Smoke
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Typical Preparation
Use 56 oz / 1654 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Use 8 g of tea
Steep for 4 min, 15 sec
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5 Tasting Notes View all

“My first alleged Bing Dao tea from Mr Wilson. I must always thank him for keeping these leaves in good form while in their sample pack. Leaf breakage DOES impact taste. The first few steeps provide...” Read full tasting note
“2016-09-11 2014 Autumn Bing Dao Raw – ??g in 500mL at 212C I didn’t have my morning tea before heading to the Dharma Hall for meditation so I decided to put a few leaves in to a 0.5L thermos and...” Read full tasting note
“This tea was nothing short of phenomenal. It did not start bitter. It started out with the note of dry white grapes, without the intense sweetness of grapes of course. Not sure how long this note...” Read full tasting note
“The leaves are dark brown with some green tinges and lots of silver tips and some brown/red sticks/stems present. For the most part they are long and look whole though thin, tightly wrapped and...” Read full tasting note


Our second production from Bing Dao village. We have produced other teas from neighboring villages but last Autumn we met a grower that had excellent tea from wild and natural tea garden in Bing Dao village. We are back again with his lovely tea!

The tea is from 100-200 year old tea trees growing naturally and no pesticides or artificial fertilizers are used. As with all our Autumn 2013 and onward productions they have been tested in a lab for pesticide residues. This is a pure tea both in material and taste.

The brewed tea is highly aromatic and cooling in the mouth and throat. There is a thickness to it and a bitterness that immediately transforms in nectar-like sweetness. Cha Qi is strong but pleasant and energizing.

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