Pu-erh Teas from Bana Tea Company
Pu-erh Teas Finest by Bana Tea Company
Chan's Thousand Charms Raw Pu-erh Tea Collector's Edition 2018

Chan's Thousand Charms Raw Pu-erh Tea Collector's Edition 2018

2018 vintage - early spring harvest

Chan's Thousand Charms Raw Pu-erh Tea Collector's Edition 2018
Average rating:
average rating 100%
1 comments
Read all reviews

Weight: 450 grams
Type: Raw Pu-erh (unfermented)
Grade: Premium
Production area: Lincang, Yunnan Province

Taste characteristics:
The Chan’s Thousand Charm Collector’s Edition series is the most exclusive line among the tea produced by Tea Master Vesper Chan. What sets this cake apart from others is the leaf source. Every spring, Master Chan personally travels to Lincang to select the best leaves from very old tea trees. This tea has been in production since 2007 and its quality and aging potential are undeniable. Last year, the 2008 edition of this tea competed and won the highest score in the “10-year Mid-stage Pu-erh Competition” in China. The 2011 edition is also aging very well and is highly sought-after by our customers. This tea is incredibly clean, brisk, and balanced, and has a gentle and lasting hui gan (cooling sensation in the mouth). The aroma lingers at the bottom of the cup long after the tea is drunk. This tea has great aging potential and appreciation value - a must-add to your pu-erh collection. 

Chan's Thousand Charms Raw Pu-erh Tea Collector's Edition - 450 gram cake $382.00 Chan's Thousand Charms Collector's Edition - 50 grams $45.00

BREWING TEMPERATURE:tea temperature

BREWING TIMES:
RINSE
3 sec.
1st BREW
10 sec.
2nd BREW
10 sec.
3rd BREW
15 sec.
4th BREW
20 sec.
5th BREW
30 sec.
6th BREW
50 sec.
7th BREW
1 min.
8th BREW
3 min.
Read all reviews

Customer Comments:

Chan's Thousand Charms Raw Pu-erh Tea Collector's Edition 2018
average rating 100%
Amazing tea and company!
By 
This tea is so delicious and smooth and almost lemony - Love it and the cooling sensation it left in my mouth! Thank you!
Our responseThis tea is so good already. Can you imagine how good it will get in 10 years? The 2011 edition actually proved to me already.