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5 Years Aged Meng Hai Court Grade Gold Buds-Handmade Pu-erh Tea Ball-Cooked/RipeStarting at $6.55The raw material of this tea is made of 1~2 grade tea buds that have been aged for over 5 years, then hand made into tight tea balls. Each piece of the tea buds covered with gold downy hairs, glitteringly presenting the high quality of this tea. About 8g per piece, 50g includes 6pcs tea balls. Learn More
Yi Wu Mountain Ma Hei(Rough Dark) Ancient Tea Tree-Handmade Pu-erh Tea Ball-Uncooked/RawStarting at $4.65Ma Hei- literally Rough Dark is one of the most famous tea mountain in Yi Wu tea producing area. The raw materials harvest from this area is slim, dark in appearance and featured by its soft and mellow taste. About 8g per piece, 50g includes 6pcs tea balls. Learn More
Xue Ya(Snow Sprout) Handmade Pu-erh Tea Ball-Uncooked/RawStarting at $5.50The tea specially processed from fresh tea buds of the big-leaf tea-plants grown in Yangta High-mountain Area. This tea features a silvery green appearance with white fuzz, sturdy and fat buds, strong fragrance, bright yellowish-green liquid, mellow and refreshing taste with sweet aftertaste and enduring brews. About 8g per piece, 50g includes 6pcs tea balls. Learn More
Ma Bang Aged Pu-erh Tea Ball-Cooked/Ripe$35.00About 45pcs tea balls packed with a tree bark box. 400G totally. The ripe pu-erh tea material has been pressed into separate tea balls. Each tea ball made from 10g loose-leaf tea material. Convenient to steep and store up. Learn More
Zi Ya(Purple Sprout)-Handmade Pu-erh Tea Ball-Uncooked/RawStarting at $4.65The raw material of this tea ball called "Zi Ya" literally purple buds or purple sprout. It harvest from wild tea trees grown in over 2480 meters altitude high mountain area. The purple buds appear only on these variant tea trees in early spring time. Its dark purple color signals that it is high in antioxidants called anthocyanins. About 8g per piece, 50g includes 6pcs tea balls. Learn More