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Pu Er knife | Cigar

Product code: CSAC-105
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For separating pieces of your Pu Er cake while ensuring that the tea leaves remain as intact as possible, an appropriate implement is advisable.

The sheath which covers the point of thePu Er pick is the same design as the handle. Assembled, it has the elegant aspect of a cigar, as well as making the item very safe and convenient when traveling.

This utensil of choice comes to us directly from Yunnan in China, the home province of Pu Er.

Length: 17.5 cm

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