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    You can't help but get excited for a session when you whip this one out. The fine tip is a lifesaver (handsaver?) when prying into the beenghole

While our Sandalwood Tea Pick is a great tool for breaking into most cakes, there are many cakes which are tightly pressed and therefore require a smaller tool. A sharper and tinner tea cake pick will reduce the amount of leaf breakage and make your sessions easier.

This tea pick has a lovely thin blade with a flat point to slide into the most stubborn tea cakes. The stainless steel has a contour pattern for added aesthetics.

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2013/2014 Fuding Bai Mu Dan & 2018 Pan Xi Shou Mei

Custom blend of three aged White tea batches from Fuding including the legendary Panxi fields. Salted butter, apricot jam, marzipan, fresh dates and summer rain on hot pavements.

Bamboo tray designed for preparing and inspecting tea.

Mengku Lao Cha Tou 2017

Rich and powerful Mengku Lao Cha Tou made from 100 year-old trees. Prune brandy, fennel seeds, caramel, wine cellar, licorice and sandalwood incense.

2014 Da Shu Menghai Shu PuErh

Rich Menghai PuErh from 100-year-old trees picked in 2014. Cocoa cookies, chocolate sponge, vanilla fudge, iron supplements, rosehip and overipe cherries.

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