2013 Xiaguan Tibetan Flame Ripe Pu-erh Tea Brick 250g

The legend of Xiaguan Tibetan Flame tea started in 1941 when Xiaguan Tea factory was established, the tea was dedicated to Panchen (Governor of Tibet), symboling a tribute tea to a Living buddha. The production was interrupted a few times in history. There was a brick form of Tibetan Flame tea introduced in 1955 and in circulation there after.

Pure, smooth, no sourness, Xiaguan has finally excels in its ripe Pu-erh tea making. 

  • Pu-erh Tea Brick 250g
  • Vintage: fermented 2013
  • Premium class
  • Loose tea leaves
  • Caffeine: Moderate

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2013 Xiaguan Tibetan Flame Ripe Pu-erh Tea Brick 250g

  • $12.50
  • $10.99

  • Price in reward points: 1099