Xiaguan (下关) is one of the most prestige Pu-erh brands in China and world wide, known for its Tuocha production. It uses MaoCha (raw leaves) from areas such as Lin Cang, Bao Shan and Si Mao, using unique technque to compress the bowl shape Tuo Cha. Its tea brew is clear and deep red with elegant mellow and woody flavor. It is a must try for ripened (Shou) Pu-erh lovers.
Xia Guan Tuo Cha, Faxiao Tuocha
Ripened (Shou 熟)
Lin Cang (临沧), Bao Shan(保山) and Si Mao (思茅)
More information about Xiaguan Pu-erh Tuocha at: Xiaguan Tuocha
Thank you so much! Love your store and products it's great to be able to try out these beautiful teas in Australia access a unique range, I've bought from many stores but your shop is definitely the finest and I will definitely be a long term customer.
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