Pu-erh and Dark tea selected for you

Raw or Sheng Pu-erh from Yunnan

Gardens: Ailao, Jinggu, White Pu-erh, Jingmai

Blends: 7532, 7536, 7542, 8582, Spring of Menghai, Yiwu, Six famous Tea Mountains factory

Ripe or Shu Pu-erh from Yunnan

Gardens: Ailao

Blends7262, 7572, 7592, 7632, 8592

Anhua dark tea from Hunan
Fucha dark tea from Shanxi
Tibetan dark tea from Ya'an Sichuan
Liuan dark tea from Anhui
Liubao dark tea from Guangxi

Dark tea or fermented tea is the result of several months or even decades long microbial reaction of tea, with humidity and oxygen. In China dark tea is traditionally connected to its origins and stages of fermentation:

Raw Pu-erh from Yunnan:


He Qi Fang is a well established label since 2007 and managed by Mr. Chen, the China East distributor of Zhong Cha, CNNP. Since they located at same road I lived for seven years, I'm very thankful to their patience and genoursity to widen my tea horizon. Here I like to share some of their tea by listing them to the same price as displayed in their shop. Most of the tea is quite rare and sold out quickly, I can't grant availabilty.


Northern Yunnan: Ailao and Wuliang Mountain range, Jingdong section

Middle and Southern Yunnan: Jinggu and Menghai tea areas


Menghai tea factory raw blend 7532 Sheng Pu-erh:


Menghai tea factory raw blend 7542 Sheng Pu-erh:


Menghai tea factory raw blend 8582 Sheng Pu-erh:


Menghai blends by Six Famous Tea Mountain factory


from the upper Mekong region, Jinggu Yangta garden:


from the region of Jingmai


Ripe Pu-erh from Yunnan:


craftsmanship from Mt. Ailao

Ripe or Shu Pu-erh classics of Menghai


Menghai tea factory ripe blend 8592 Shu Pu-erh:


Anhua dark tea

Shanxi Fucha dark tea


Tibetan dark tea, Ya'an Sichuan


Liuan lancha Basket tea from Anhui


Liubao dark tea from Guangxi