This exquisite tea is a tapestry woven from the finest leaves sourced from the esteemed terroirs of Bao Shan and Si Mao (present-day Pu'er), crafted meticulously following a distinguished blending formula that has stood the test of time.
Behold the tightly compressed, neat tea threads that promise a visual delight even before the first sip. As you steep this tea, it unfolds to reveal a refreshing ensemble of fruity and floral notes, a testament to its superior selection. The tea liquor glimmers with a clarity and brightness, inviting you to indulge in a pure, unadulterated Puerh experience.
On the palate, the "Cang Er" Tuo offers an invigorating Huigan—a pleasant, sweet aftertaste that refreshes the throat and stimulates the production of saliva. This sensation is complemented by a lingering flavor that continues to dance in the mouth long after each sip, offering a soothing and relaxing escape.
This tea is not just a drink, but a celebration of history and tradition, with its roots tracing back to 1959—a blend created to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. Although not produced annually, the renaissance of this recipe by the XiaGuan tea factory in 2000 ensured that the legacy and excellence of the original blend are preserved. While the wrapper and packaging have evolved, the essence, the recipe, and the unmatched quality remain consistent with XiaGuan's storied reputation.
Guangzhou natural storage.