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[2016.09.26]
Bai Yin Shan White Tea from the Natural Farming Garden

HOJO Tea Newsletter No.33 Bai Ying Shan raw pu-erh tea is one of the popular pu-erh teas in our tea lineup. However, in 2016, we did not buy Bai Ying Shan Raw Pu-erh Tea. We detected some defects in the production process. Since I was not satisfied with the quality, I did not purchase the …

[2015.11.25]
Yan Ming Shan White Tea

HOJO Tea Newsletter No.31 – Yan Ming Shan White Tea – Yan Ming Shan white tea is our custom-made white tea in this year. We involved in selecting the material and designing the process. The fresh tea was collected from a small village in Lincang near the Myanmar country border. The altitude of the tea …

[2014.05.18]
High Mountain Purple Tea

HOJO NEWSLETTER No.28 The High Mountain Purple tea / 高山紫茶 We have released a very unique tea, called High Mountain Purple Tea. This tea is from Lincang, Yunnan Province of China. We purchased this tea from a village that is situated about 30-50km from Myanmar border and the altitude of the tea garden is approximately …

[2013.06.16]
Newsletter No.18 The Science of Kung-Fu Style Tea Brewing

In this newsletter, I would like to explain about the ultimate tea brewing technique that remains the freshness of the tea flavor over the multi infusions. I will share some scientific approaches of brewing tea. In general, the higher the quality of tea leaf, the more delicate it becomes. As far as I am concerned, …

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Ming Feng Shan Raw Pu-erh Tea 2019 is now available
Ming Feng Shan Raw Pu-erh Tea 2019 鳴鳳山古樹生茶 2019 is available now in our store both in Japan and Malaysia. The Ming Feng Shan is the name of the mountain located in the west of Lincang. In Ming Feng Shan, we particularly selected the feral garden (2100m) that is left in the wild for a …
High Mountain Pu-erh Tea is Now Available in Our Store
High mountain purple raw pu-erh tea is now available in our store. This is one of the very interesting raw pu-erh teas we made in 2019. High mountain tea called Zi-Cha High mountain purple tea is made from the specific varietry called Zi-cha by the locals. In Chinese, Zi-cha means purple tea. This variety is …

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