茶中經典 滑潤醇厚 百年大樹茶
烹雪韻Cha Noire, Classic Chinese Tea, smooth, full of flavor with rich aromas harvested from the leaves of hundred years old trees.
Xishuangbanna prefecture of Yunnan Province (also known as the land of tea), geographically located just south of the Tropic of Cancer. These mountainous areas of Yiwu, Lin Cang and Meng Hai belongs to the subtropical humid monsoon climate.
With a warm humid climate combined with the cool mountainous terrain, the ecosystem is rich in nutrient filled water and mist. This is the ultimate growth environment for massive tea trees which are deeply rooted, leafy and live for hundreds of years. These trees have withstood the test of time under harsh climate. Thus we call these tea trees Da Shu Cha.
A devoted aficionado of tea, Master Cheng achieved his lifelong education of Da Shu Cha while also enjoyed sharing this knowledge with others. Tiffany Cheng, the brand’s creator, was immersed in tea culture during her childhood growing up with her enthusiast father. In time, she also developed a passion for drinking and understanding the intricacies of tasting and discovering rare teas. To be able to recommend tea became an enlightenment she continually strives for. There exists many misnomers of pu-er tea. Thus she wanted to highlight the distinctness of Da Shu Cha compared to other pu-er teas and to dispel any biases a tea drinker may have so they can truly cherish 100-year-old tree teas.
For lovers of tea, Da Shu Cha will absolutely satisfy. It takes great skill to properly identify, harvest and produce great teas. This process is long, thoughtful and labor intensive. It can be rather poetic, similar to the constant rhythm of tea- the replenishment of nature through the passing of time.
Cha Noire’s teas are always harvesting from age old trees and never never cultivated through human interaction but instead, letting nature take its course.
Great tea, difficult to obtain but once found the most satisfying
Da Shu Cha, tea that’s rich and viscose, exhibiting mercurial colors and unique aromas. The highest quality tea can be re-brewed many times. The taste can be transformative-always changing. Like the moon transforming over time. Imagine tea hinting of taste pass through your throat, a slow stream down a valley to your heart, it’s fragrance hints at the serenity of snow, ever slowly falling and resting in meditation.
Snow rhymes filled with softness of its water, provides the purist of teas.
Song Dynasty poet Lu Yong cherished the tranquility of brewing tea during a snowy night.
The emperor Qianlong, every bit a romantic, praised pu-erDa Shu Chaa likeness to poetry.
This verse poetically represents everything that is: CHA NOIRE
Since the early days, great tea was always difficult to obtain. Today, Cha Noire’s introduces teas full of fragrance with superb taste and sensory satisfaction. These are prerequisites all lovers of tea strive to discover.
A lamp, a craft of tea, a book, imagine the most peaceful moments and to relive these moments with some Da Shu Cha. It truly warms the heart.