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ViconyTeas | Chinese Tea Supplier & Wholesaler Based In Huangshan, China. Tea is our life as well as our business!
ViconyTeas | Chinese Tea Supplier & Wholesaler Based In Huangshan, China. Tea is our life as well as our business!

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The Bing Dao Raw Pu Erh Tea Bricks are supplied at very keen prices because we made it with relatively older and larger tealeaves harvested from ancient arbor tea trees in Spring to reduce the cost. In fact, the authentic Bing Dao Puerh can produce tea with a very appealing thick body and long lasting sweetness thanks to the fully matued leaves. http://www.viconyteas.com/pu-erh-tea/bing-dao-raw-bricks.html

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The Bing Dao Raw Pu Erh Tea Bricks are supplied at very keen prices because we made it with relatively older and larger tealeaves harvested from ancient arbor tea trees in Spring to reduce the cost. In fact, the authentic Bing Dao Puerh can produce tea with a very appealing thick body and long lasting sweetness thanks to the fully matued leaves. http://www.viconyteas.com/pu-erh-tea/bing-dao-raw-bricks.html

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The Bing Dao Raw Pu Erh Tea Bricks are supplied at very keen prices because we made it with relatively older and larger tealeaves harvested from ancient arbor tea trees in Spring to reduce the cost. In fact, the authentic Bing Dao Puerh can produce tea with a very appealing thick body and long lasting sweetness thanks to the fully matued leaves. http://www.viconyteas.com/pu-erh-tea/bing-dao-raw-bricks.html

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The Bing Dao Raw Pu Erh Tea Bricks are supplied at very keen prices because we made it with relatively older and larger tealeaves harvested from ancient arbor tea trees in Spring to reduce the cost. In fact, the authentic Bing Dao Puerh can produce tea with a very appealing thick body and long lasting sweetness thanks to the fully matued leaves. http://www.viconyteas.com/pu-erh-tea/bing-dao-raw-bricks.html
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Liu Bao Dark Tea(Hei Cha) falls within the same category as Puerh Tea, for it is fermented longer than Oolong but less than black. The raw tea leaves harvested in the region are piled up, and exposed to a high degree of humidity for a certain period of time until the desired level of fermentation is achieved. Water is sprayed on occasionally to keep the environment constantly humid and the pile is covered by blankets. Such a humid and warm temperature condition controlled humanly accelerates the fermentation of the tea, known as 'wo dui' in Chinese. It is interesting to know all modern cooked Puerh teas are made in the same way.
Compared with Liu Bao Dark Tea LB53, the Wild Liu Bao Tea which was made of tealeaves harvested from nearly abandoned tea gardens was much lower fermented in more traditional style so it is much more suitable for aging. The future change for the Wild Liu Bao Tea would be greater and much more exciting! http://www.viconyteas.com/2014-wild-liu-bao-tea.html
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Ripe Tangerine Pu-erh leaves are packed into a whole tangerine creating a tangy, sweet tasting tea. The puerh leaves are stuffed into the Xinhui Green Mandarin oranges, then allowed to dry for about a week in the sun enriching the taste of the leaves. Each Tangerine is between 10-14grams. The ripe puerh has been aged 6 years prior to stuffing into the fruit which gives the base tea a bit more character. http://www.viconyteas.com/pu-erh-tea/wild-orange-ripened-puerh.html
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Hi, Our Dear Customers, we will stop working from 23th Jan to 4th Feb to celebrate Chinese New Year(Spring Festival). During the time, we are unable to ship orders but Richard and Alexa will be on duty to deal with all emails. Orders can be accepted and will be processed and shipped according to the sequence of payment once our holiday ends on 4th Feb. Happy Chinese New Year of the Rooster and thanks for your support, kindness and loyalty. VICONY TEAS
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In Chinese legend, Kunlun Mountains are said to be the home for many deities and sages. In this sacred mountains, there are lots of amazing flowers and beasts, and Kunlun Snow Chrysanthemum is one of them. Growing at a high altitude around 3000 metres, it only blossoms once every August with very short blooming lifespan, making it a rare tea that absorbs the essence of the 'Heavenly' Mountains. When brewed, it produces dark red amber liquor with pleasant floral smell and natural subtle sweet taste. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/snow-chrysanthemum-flower.html
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Jasmine buds harvesting in Guangxi, China. http://www.viconyteas.com/herbal-tea/jasmine-bud-tea.html
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