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Seven Cups

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Nr 283 wśród 1 569 Restauracje w lokalizacji Tucson
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GREEN TEA - ANHUI PROVINCE
5.18
Yin Gou Mei Cha (silver Fish Hook Eyebrow)
mei cha (eyebrow tea) is the most popular type of green tea in china because of its rich taste. most mei cha is machine cut to create even shapes for grading but often leads to a bitter heavy flavor. our yin gou mei cha is picked during early spring without machine cutting thus the processed tea is longer than normal and resemble fish hooks. this hand picked tea results in a robust flavor without bitterness. once brewed noticed the beautiful jade tea color and fresh aroma.
5.9
Taishan Fo Mei (buddha's Eyebrow)
mei (eyebrow) style tea, named after the dried leaves shape, is traditionally the most popular everyday tea in china. our certified organic tea grows on tai mountain near a local buddhist temple, hence the name taishan fo mei. the local monks drink this tea daily for its robust taste and fresh aroma.
7.3
Yin Gou Mei Cha (silver Fish Hook Eyebrow)
mei cha (eyebrow tea) is the most popular type of green tea in china because of its rich taste. most mei cha is machine cut to create even shapes for grading but often leads to a bitter heavy flavor. our yin gou mei cha is picked during early spring without machine cutting thus the processed tea is longer than normal and resemble fish hooks. this hand picked tea results in a robust flavor without bitterness. once brewed noticed the beautiful jade tea color and fresh aroma.
9.97
Taishan Fo Mei (buddha's Eyebrow)
mei (eyebrow) style tea, named after the dried leaves shape, is traditionally the most popular everyday tea in china. our certified organic tea grows on tai mountain near a local buddhist temple, hence the name taishan fo mei. the local monks drink this tea daily for its robust taste and fresh aroma.
11.03
Premium Huang Shan Mao Feng Green Tea
mao feng tea is well known for its freshness relative to other green teas, and our premium huang shan mao feng is no exception. one bud and two leaves are picked in the middle of april resulting in bigger buds and leaves that produce a fresh green color. while our imperial huang shan mao feng has a mild flavor, this tea has a stronger flavor and is perfect for a good quality everyday green tea.
YELLOW TEA
11.18
Meng Ding Huang Ya (yellow Buds)
this rare yellow tea from sichuan province has been a tribute tea for centuries. it is mostly made from tea buds picked during the early spring to create a nutritious tea with a lightly sweet mild flavor. enjoy the unique fragrance which comes from the complex processing of this tea. it is ideal for tea drinkers who like green tea for its nutritious and flavor but want to avoid stomach upset that can occur from drinking green tea
12.15
Jun Shan Yin Zhen (silver Needle)
the most famous yellow tea in china. this tribute tea grows on a small island (jun shan) within dong ting lake in hunan province. the climate and soil create a special sweet fruit aroma and lightly sugarcane taste. the small growing area and skill required to make this traditional tea results in only a small quantity produced yearly
14.9
Meng Ding Huang Ya (yellow Buds)
this rare yellow tea from sichuan province has been a tribute tea for centuries. it is mostly made from tea buds picked during the early spring to create a nutritious tea with a lightly sweet mild flavor
17.4
Mo Gan Huang Ya Yellow Tea (organic)
mo gan huang ya is produced in eastern zhejiang province. zhejiang is famous for producing green tea, and is known as the biggest green tea producer in china. zhejiang province has 72 counties; 62 of these counties produce tea. many famous green teas are grown there, such as shi feng long jing, da fo long jing, and purple bamboo shoot
SCENTED TEA
6.15
White Cloud Jasmine Scented Tea
this style of tea is the most common jasmine tea worldwide. jasmine scented tea is tea that has been infused with jasmine flowers several times during tea production. while the flowers are removed, the wonderful aroma and delicate taste remains. although most jasmine tea producers use commercial green tea, white cloud jasmine blends gently shaped tea buds with very fresh young leaves infused at least three times with fresh jasmine flowers. the downy white appearance of the sichuan tea buds gives this tea its name and rich robust flavor.
9.08
Jasmine Pearls Scented Tea
like our silver dragon jasmine pearl, this tea comes from certified organic white tea bushes but is processed later resulting in a stronger flavor and lingering fragrance. while enjoying the rich aroma, notice the beautiful leaves as the pearls gently unfurl. this is our most popular jasmine tea.
11.9
Jasmine Pearls Scented Tea
like our silver dragon jasmine pearl, this tea comes from certified organic white tea bushes but is processed later resulting in a stronger flavor and lingering fragrance. while enjoying the rich aroma, notice the beautiful leaves as the pearls gently unfurl. this is our most popular jasmine tea.
12.83
Yin Zhu Silver Dragon Pearls Scented Tea
in the cold spring, fresh, young buds from certified organic white tea bushes are harvested and then hand-rolled into tight pearls to make this tea. the dried 'pearls' are then laid down with heaps of night-flowering jasmine flowers which are discarded when morning arrives. early spring white tea buds create this refreshing tea which is sweeter and milder than other jasmine tea.
22.1
Meng Ding Snow Drop Jasmine
the full name of this famous chinese pian xiang is snow drop in emerald pond." when this jasmine green tea is brewed in a transparent glass, the tea buds fall to the bottom while the white jasmine petals float on the surface of the glowing green water. this vision recalls snowflakes falling into an emerald pool. snow drop has very limited production.
BLACK TEA - LAPSANG
4.43
Lapsang Souchong Strong Smoke Black Tea
this smoky certified organic lapsang souchong is the most popular and familiar lapsang tea. it comes directly from the original lapsang farm in the wuyi mountains. this tea is crafted with the same traditional techniques used hundreds of years ago. lapsang souchong is the tea made famous by the british royal family and by sir arthur conan doyles fictitious character, sherlock holmes.
5.65
Lapsang Souchong Strong Smoke Black Tea
this smoky lapsang souchong is the most popular and familiar lapsang tea. it comes directly from the original lapsang farm in the wuyi mountains. this tea is crafted with the same traditional techniques used hundreds of years ago. lapsang souchong is the tea made famous by the british royal family and by sir arthur conan doyles fictitious character, sherlock holmes. q
6.2
Lapsang Souchong Strong Smoke Black Tea
this smoky certified organic lapsang souchong is the most popular and familiar lapsang tea. this tea is crafted with the same traditional techniques used hundreds of years ago. lapsang souchong is the tea made famous by the british royal family and by sir arthur conan doyles fictitious character, sherlock holmes.
21.6
Lapsang Bohea Black Tea
bohea (boo-he) is the worlds first black tea created purely by the innovative tea farmers in the small tong mu village in southeastern china. this certified organic tea comes directly from the original lapsang farm in the wu yi mountains. this tea is made from young tea buds and fresh leaves creating a deep amber liquor and clean, sweet flavor known as longan, the trademark of bohea tea.
28.9
Lapsang Bohea Black Tea
bohea (boo-he) is the worlds first black tea created purely by the innovative tea farmers in the small tong mu village in southeastern china. this certified organic tea comes directly from the original lapsang farm in the wu yi mountains. this tea is made from young tea buds and fresh leaves creating a deep amber liquor and clean, sweet flavor known as longan, the trademark of bohea tea. most asian palates prefer the its delicate flavor to the heaviness of the lapsang souchong,
PUER CAKES - GREEN PUER
6.6
Nuo Mi Xiang Xiao Qing Tuo
this special little tuocha is made from sun-dried maocha, which is sorted before the dry leaves are steamed. the tea is then wrapped in small, cone-shaped cotton fabric bags and compressed into tuochas. the fabric is removed and the tuochas are left to dry. the tea is then infused with local yunnan herbs called nuo mi xiang nen ye which means "sweet rice tender leaves.
7.4
Da Ye Xiao Qing Tuo (big Leaf Mini Green Tuo Cha)
this tea was harvested in the spring from the meng hai tea tree. the maocha is sorted and the dry leaves are steamed. the leaves are then wrapped in small, cone-shaped cotton fabric bags and compressed into tuochas. the fabric is removed and the tuochas are left to dry. once they are dry, the producer wraps each tuocha in paper. because they used 3rd to 4th grade tea for the maocha instead of powder, you can see the leaves clearly in the dry tuocha.
14.85
Jing Gu Fang Zhuan (green Puer Brick)
in china, brick shaped puer tea is called bian xiao cha or "border sale tea" which refers to the fact that this style of puer was originally sold on the borders in xinjiang, tibet, and mongolia.
16.85
Small Ma Guo Tuo (green Puer Tuocha)
in yunnan's historic records, most goods were transported by horse around the area of da li, as early as 109 bc. da li was one of the most popular cities of this time, and is now a popular tourist site. when transporting merchandise, in the beginning one person on a horse would travel on their own to sell. as business grew, more men would travel together, with larger carts and more horses, to protect the goods and help develop business.
26.7
Jing Gu Run Ling Mo Gu Sheng Tuo (green Puer Mushroom Shaped Tuo Cha)
mushroom shaped tuo cha is a good example of traditional hand crafting skills. you can notice a difference in flavor created from the special hand firing. the shape was originally made as special order for tibet temple. the mao cha comes from wuliang which is known for creating a long aftertaste.
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