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[ From: fiona zhou | Published: 2007-07-30 Views: 1895 | Booked times: 54 ]
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This is a peaceful place to stop at, and take a break from the hustle-bustle of the city.

 

The Shan Mu Ju teahouse is the only professional teahouse in this street. The two-storey building is decorated in a very traditional style. The house serves Puer tea only.

 

The owner is a Puer tea lover. She opened this teahouse to entertain her friends. In fact, she has kept the job she already had before opening the house, and this place is just a labor of love.

 

She picks her teas carefully.  Though the rent is expensive, her prices are not so expensive.

 

She is now planning to find talented musicians to perform old traditional melodies. Since there is a music institute nearby, she hopes to find a good performer amongs the abundant local resources.

 

What I appreciated:

Graceful environment, professional Puer tea-making, traditional style.

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