2003 Three Cranes Brand 0311 Special Grade Liu Bao 1 kg Basket (25 g)

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Three Crane Brand – Three cranes is the name of the well-known producer of fermented teas. The history of the brand is back to 1953, when the tea factory was established in Wuzhou, Guangxi province. In 2010, the authorities awarded the Three Crane Brand trademark. The tea plantations of the factory are spread over 7,000 acres. For the aging of tea, the factory has its own cellars, which used to be used as air shelters and other wooden warehouses where the tea matures.


0 – Special Grade

3 – Manufacture Date (2003)

11 – Batch Number

Import Date: 5/ 2007

Another very interesting liu bao tea by 3 Cranes. Little bit different special grade. My description of this tea would sounds like that. Beautiful look of the tea leaf, unquestionable quality, incredible aroma and the taste, but the fermentation is lighter (than the other special grades) and the expression of this tea is little bit similar to red teas.

Material is from 2003 and was pressed into big 45 kgs baskets and were maturing in the wooden storage (for a special teas by this tea factory) over 3 years.

The tea was sent in 2007 to Malaysia and then was to 2021…and now you create the story of it. 🙂

Aroma: medium-intense aromas of spices, dried flowers, precious wood, cocoa, camphor, hazelnuts, dried fruit

Taste: medium-bodied, attractive with tones of rare spices, dried dates, dried flowers, cocoa, rare wood with a long sweet-spicy aftertaste

Tea Factory: Three Cranes Wuzhou TF

Production date: 2003

Import date: 2007

Area: Wuzhou, Guangxi

Country: China

Weight: 25 g – sample