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Prize-winning Pu'er tea

[ From: Jason Jia | Published: 2008-07-08 Views: 1741 | Booked times: 59 ]
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Beijing pictures, Big-leaf Pu'er brick teas (1000 g) Big-leaf Pu'er brick teas (1000 g)
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Beijing pictures, "Golden Bud Pu'er Tea" in bulk "Golden Bud Pu'er Tea" in bulk
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Beijing pictures, Tea Horse Ancient Road Pu'er Brick Tea Tea Horse Ancient Road Pu'er Brick Tea
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Beijing pictures, "Golden Melon" Pu'er tea "Golden Melon" Pu'er tea
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Maliandao Tea Market is the oldest and most famous building on the west side of Maliandao Tea Street. On its third floor, I recently found a booth (No.7) selling quality Pu'er tea. And it was a great find indeed, a first class agent that sells the "National Treasure" brand of Pu'er tea. Their teas have won many prizes in tea competitions over the past several years. All teas come from their own ancient tea plantation.

 

When I approached the booth, a middle aged woman warmly invited me over to have a seat and sample their tea. She introduced herself as Manager Chen, and told me that many customers have stopped by and realized how great their tea tastes. I sampled, and I couldnt agree more.

 

Their cake teas weigh a bit less than a pound (380/400 g). Prices range from RMB 90 to RMB 6,000 per piece. The expensive ones are made from ancient tea trees more than 2,700 years old.

 

Their Tuo Cha, or bun-shaped tea, has two ranks: grade A and extra grade (top grade). The original price for one bag of Grade A tea that contains 5 buns (100 g per piece) is RMB 180. But aiming to let more customers know their products, you can buy a set for only RMB 58. For extra grade, you can have one bag at RMB 70, although its original price is RMB 220.

 

As for gift boxes, they offer one containing two big-leaf tea cakes (100 g per piece), one big-leaf tea brick (150 g), and a chisel to chip at the cakes. It costs 120 yuan. A green package containing 120 grams of Jade brick tea only costs 30 yuan. Plus, they have more small packages of Puer tea quite fit for presents.

 

What I appreciated

Prize-winning Puer tea, a wide range for choice

 

What customers appreciate

Healthful Puer tea, high quality, small packages for gifts

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Shopping in Beijing: Maliandao Tea Market is the oldest and most famous building on the west side of Maliandao Tea Street. On its third floor, I recently found a booth (No.7) selling quality Pu'er tea. And it was a great ...