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    Chinese Silk Fan

    PLN10.00

    A sophisticated addition to any tea party, especially outdoor tea brewing in the park or on the grass.

    The fan is made of wooden slats and airy, artificial silk, they will provide a silent refreshing breeze even on the hottest day of summer.

    Product details: light green rayon, arm length 21cm, number of arms 23

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    Lu Bao Shi 2021

    PLN46.00

    This year's fresh green tea from the mountainous in the Chinese province of Guizhou with the perfect humid subtropical climate for tea production.

    Fresh spring tea leaves collected by hand are rolled into small balls so-called Chinese emeralds. During brewing, the leaves slowly develop, increase their volume, delight with their perfect shape and delicate greenery.

    This tea gives a bright yellow-green brew with a fresh, soft sweetness with a floral note.

    Preparation:
    3g / 150ml.
    80 degrees C.
    1-2 min (3 brews)

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    Mao Jian Fujian 2021

    PLN26.00

    It is this year's very aromatic tea harvested before the Chinese festival of "grave cleaning" (Qingming) from the Yongtai area of Fujian Province.

    The slightly twisted fluffy leaves are jade (dark greenish) in color with bright leaf buds. The infusion is smooth yellow-green with a floral aroma and a sweet nutty note lingering on the tongue and mild bitterness. Unique aroma, delicious taste, wealth of antioxidants - a great tea for hot summer.

    Brew:
    3g / 150 ml
    70 degrees C.
    1-2 min
    3 brews

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    Yunnan First Flush 2021

    PLN24.00

    Unique, fresh green tea harvested in the second half of February in Simao (Yunnan) at an altitude of 1100m above sea level.

    Beautiful, green leaves with a large portion of silvery buds have a unique fresh scent, give a unique yellow-green infusion with a floral and fruit flavor. Light bitterness is balanced with freshness and a delicate sweet aftertaste.

    Unusual tea full of spring joy and energy - a tea delicacy!

    Brew:
    3g / 150 ml

    70 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3 brews

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    Mengding Sichuan 2021

    PLN28.00

    Green tea harvested in February 2021 on the hills of the Meng Ding Mountain in Sichuan. The infusion is clear with a slightly greenish color and a fresh green asparagus flavor.

    Young, delicate leaf buds (or a bud and one leaf) are picked by hand when insects are not yet back after winter - so the plants are pesticide-free. The leaves are very light: for half a kilogram of tea you need to collect about 50,000 buds!

    Mengding tea has gained the exceptional fame for over 2,000 years in China - it comes from the area where the first dedicated tea plantation (7 historical trees) was established under the supervision of Buddhist monks.

    Brew:
    3g / 150 ml

    80 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    3 brews

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    Goishicha

    PLN58.00
    It is a rare Japanese tea, produced according to the secret Edo-era method only in the Kochi Prefecture. During the two-stage fermentation process (stage I - mold, stage II - lactic acid bacteria), it gains outstanding health properties (supports digestion, dissolves cholesterol, reduces allergy, prevents asthma).
    Pressed ripe leaves (twigs can reach up to half a meter!), Cut into squares of about 3x3 cm, are placed on rice mats to dry in the sun. Historically, Goishicha has been an ingredient of chagayu (Japanese rice porridge with tea), recently it has been brewed like regular tea. The infusion is sour like pickles, refreshing when cold.
    Brew:
    3g (1 stone) / 350ml

    96 degrees C (you can also cook)

    4-5 minutes (boil up to 10 minutes)

    3-4 brews (boiling 1 time)
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    Wakocha

    PLN35.00

    Wakocha is a fully oxidized Japanese tea, produced in small amounts, considered to be a specialty product. Its history is quite short (150 years) for the tea tradition of Japan. This is the result of a courageous search for tea in the Meiji period after Japan opened up to the Western world.

    Traditional Japanese tea bushes are best suited for the production of green tea, they contain less bitterness. The production of the so-called "black tea" from Japanese varieties of the bush gives an interesting effect. The infusion has an intense orange-brown color. The taste has fruity notes like blackcurrant or orange peel with a slight bitterness with a delicate sweet aftertaste and even a slight caramel combination in the final brewing.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml

    96 degrees C.

    30 sec - 1 min

    2-3 brews

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    Hojicha

    PLN18.00

    It is "roasted tea" with a brown, smoky color, although it is still classified as green tea. After steaming and drying the stems, green Kukicha tea (although it can also be larger Bancha tea leaves) is roasted, most often with charcoal. By heating the tea to a high temperature, almost all of the caffeine in the tea is extracted from the leaves. Hojich's infusion can therefore be served even to children and tasted at any time of the day or night. It also comes in a powdered version, which is used to prepare hojicha latte.

    The taste of the red-brown infusion is smoky with notes of vanilla and charcoal, and a light sweetness (less catechin-less bitterness), somewhat reminiscent of the familiar grain coffee.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    96 degrees C.
    1 min
    2 brews

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    Jasmine Vietnam

    PLN10.00

    Traditional Vietnamese green jasmine tea flavored by layering fresh jasmine flowers and harvested tea leaves. By aging the tea leaves in this way, they absorbed the aroma of the flowers, but eventually the flowers were separated from the final product.

    The aroma of the tea is delicate, the tea leaves are slightly darker than traditional green tea, the infusion is subtle, sweet and with a bit of bitterness, which the inhabitants of Vietnam definitely like.

    Brew:
    3g / 150ml
    80 degrees C.

    1-2 min

    2-3 brews