thanks for the recommendation tim, it looks really attractive but i dare not ask how much it isTIM wrote:If you have the cash to burn Odarwin, I highly recommend this one:odarwin wrote:hi! thanks for the insight, is there any cake from BTH that you could recommend? something that is still available in their shop?nicolas wrote: My two cents:
Diancha (marketed as Summit in the U.S.)
Cloud (2010 A Beauty in New Phase)
Best Tea House (1,000 and 400 year old trees)
Da You (Malaysia)
Te You Tang (Malaysia)
Chen Sheng Hao Laobanzhang
But these vary from cake to cake, estate and vintage, so YMMV.
(WARNING..... AT YOUR OWN RISK)
http://themandarinstea.blogspot.com/200 ... -tree.html
http://themandarinstea.blogspot.com/200 ... -pots.html
are there any more affordable ones that are also good? i see that they have regular cakes that they commission to press, anyone got any insight/opinion on those cakes?