Raw PuErh Tea
Few teas generate as much passion and obsession for teaheads than PuErh. Wild, untamed and unashamedly bold, this is tea from the original mountain tea tribes. Ancient and potent heavyweight tea.
Yiwu Gushu Raw PuErh Spring 2019
Yiwu Gushu Raw PuErh made from 200-300 year old tea trees in 2019. Hot rocks, fresh apricots and heather honey with a blood orange finish.
Ba Da Gushu Raw PuErh Spring 2021
Rich yet delicate Raw PuErh. Peanut soup and chestnut cream moving to kiwi, orchid and lemon thyme.
Spring 2021 Nan Nuo and He Kai Gushu Sheng
Gushu blend of two famous, West Banna Mountains. Brown bread and caramelised pears moving to custard apples and juniper berry.
Yiwu 2021 Gushu Huangpian PuErh
Huangpian Raw Gushu PuErh made from 200+ year old tea trees growing in the forests of Gao Shan village in Yiwu.
Meng Song Spring 2021 Gushu Sheng PuErh
Powerful Aini tribal Gushu PuErh from Meng Song. Fresh apricots, honeycomb, pancake, jasmine and gentian bitters.
Bing Dao Sheng Dashu 2013
Spectacular old tree 2013 Raw PuErh from the most prized PuErh region of Bing Dao. Vanilla poached apples, magnolia, antique library, baked oranges and caramel.
Ye Sheng Zi Ya
Made from buds of the Purple trees in Yunnan. Peach, elderflower and balsa wood with a vanilla sweetness.
200-300 Year Old Gushu Raw PuErh He Beng & Guo Gan Spring 2019
A blend of Raw Gushu PuErh from China and Myanmar to make a uniquely soft and luxurious tea. Alpine flowers, light chocolate milk, wet mountain rocks, apple and black pepper.
Na Han & Mang Fei Gushu Sheng Autumn 2020
Transformative Autumn Sheng PuErh blend of Na Han and Mang Fei Gushu. Condensed milk snow cone, frangipane, persimmon and strawberries with loquat syrup.
2011 Hua Zhu Liang Zi Gushu Sheng PuErh
Aged Gushu PuErh picked from the highest elevation forests of Xishuangbanna. Persimmon, caramelised apples, cinnamon, blood orange, mead, mint and wet rocks.
A spectacular tea gift for yourself or to introduce another to the delights of Mei Leaf Tea. A total of eleven headliner teas covering most tea types.
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A classic cup traditionally for Chaozhou style brewing but suits any tasting session.