Explore an extensive range of 1970s Tea, harvested and stored during that era. The production was severely limited due to China’s Cultural Revolution. The harvested tea was either stored for future use or sold to affluent merchants in Hong Kong & Taiwan, who mainly consumed the products at that time.
However, there were also many collectors who preserved them for generations in hope they would appreciate and become a commodity. Luckily for such merchants this has come true. In the past two decades, the demand for aged teas has surged, turning them into a sought-after commodity.
Tea from the 1970s embodies transformation and showcases unique Tibetan Teas, Heicha Varieties, and Raw Puerh of unparalleled quality.