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01 April 2011 @ 06:07 pm
Starting Puerh Process  
Am experimenting with caking and aging tea....

Been using bamboo to stuff tea in....

Recently have seen some peopl in India expanding into Puerh oriented aging process.....

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Have a puerh day!
 
 
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Yuri Pragin (aka Nanda-tanuja dasa)yuri_pragin on April 10th, 2011 08:01 pm (UTC)
India expanding into Puerh is unrealistic. For Puerh you need "large leaf" variety of Camellia sinensis found in the mountains of southern Yunnan. You cannot farm it, it's wild.
Tea RomaTea Roma on June 2nd, 2011 09:10 pm (UTC)
My tea road
I am so happy that we have our new site with a stylish look and better shipment service. Now adding puerh tea into my product line is making the whole site more completed. My family do tea business in Taiwan for a decade so I did not really appreciate how easy I can get fine tea around when I lived there. Until moving to the US, It is surprised to me that many people here dont even know what oolong or puerh is and that to me sounds like they dont know what water is. Most tea we found here is tea bag and hardly taste the originally sweet of tea due to the broken tea leaf and even if we tried to get some high quality tea and you have to spend an hour to China town and their quality is just okay. No wonder many friend told me they dont like tea because of the bitter taste. The answer is simple that they never have the gourmet level tea ever. I know having a web tea ship is a small step but more important is to spread out the seed for people to learn how to appreciate the high grade loose tea. have a great tea day!.
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