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LAO LIU BAO

AGED SIX HILLS
DARK (HEI CHA) TEA

Liu Bao, Guanxi, China

Legendary tea with 1500 years of history. It is traditionally made from local varieties, processed by a unique method, and aged for a while, this tea can provide a very special aroma and taste. Sweet, deep, and woody taste with a long-lasting aftertaste.

When properly stored, this tea gets better with time!

AROMA

TASTE

HARVEST: Spring, 2001

SOLD OUT

AGED "SIX HILLS" 2001


ORIGIN
Liu Bao is a local tea, produced in Liu Bao village, Guangxi province, China. Having a 1500 years long history, this tea is one of the oldest types of tea in the world. Nowadays, there are a lot of different types of Liu Bao, which makes this tea entirely another universe in the world of tea, therefore, deserving special attention for its history, types, and production methods. Liu Bao is made from high-quality late spring mature tea leaves, processed with the observance of all the nuances of production, and carefully stored for several years, consequently, this tea is one of the most appreciated kinds by tea connoisseurs thanks to its special aroma and taste.

ORGANOLEPTIC
The dry tea leaves have a sweet woody fragrance. After rinsing, the aroma develops into Chen Xiang ("old age aroma") with clear woody notes and hints of herbs in the background. The taste is sweet, deep, and mild, with woody, nutty notes, and a mineral long-lasting aftertaste. 20+ years of ageing gives this tea a wonderful velvety texture and a salivating effect.

GASTRONOMY
This tea goes well with savoury light dishes like mushrooms, potato-based combinations, cauliflower, steamed dumplings, seafood, and something that is not highly seasoned, leaving some space for the tea to express itself within the landscape of flavours.
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