Snow Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Tea

The marvellous Kunlun mountain lies somewhere far in the west, beyond the desert of Flowing Sands. It was often said to be in the Heaven Mountain range of central Asia, and the source of the Yellow River. The Kunlun mountain run west to east and are often called the Spine of China. Kunlun means 'high and precarious,' because it's base is narrow and its top wide. But Kunlun is a mysterious place outside of time, without pain or death, where all pleasures and arts flourished: joyous music, dancing, poetry, and divine feasts.

The sacred mountain is inhabited by fantastic beings and shamanistic emissaries. Among them are the three-footed crow, the nine-tailed fox, a dancing frog, and the moon-hare who pounds magical elixirs in a mortar. There are phoenixes, jade maidens, azure lads, and spirits riding on white stags.

One of the oldest deities of China is Xi Wangmu (Hsi Wang Mu). She lives in the Kunlun mountains in the far west, at the margin of heaven and earth. In a garden hidden by high clouds, her peaches of immortality grow on a colossal Tree, only ripening once every 3000 years. The Tree is a cosmic axis that connects heaven and earth, a ladder traveled by spirits and shamans.

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Snow Chrysanthemum Pu-erh Tea

A heavenly rare flower that is grown only in the Kunlun mountains in Gansu Province, China. Where slow flower growth results in a delicious flower taste with notes of honey and caramel. Snow Chrysanthemum flowers are a desireable, high-altitude flower. The flowers are picked in late summer and sun-dried and hand-sorted into various grades.

These very aromatic little bricks of tea are as colorful as they are tasty. Ripe Pu-erh tea leaves from 3 different sources were blended to create a rich tea base. Then fresh, spicy Snow Chrysanthemum flowers from the Kunlun mountains are mixed with the Pu-erh and then pressed into 100 gram bricks. The result is an exquisite aroma and taste. Rich and full, with a sweet and flavorful finish that lingers long after. This is the kind of Pu-erh that will refresh and satisfy.


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