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“Mount He Kai” Raw Pu'erh Cake (Year 2012, Gushu)

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Net Weight: 400g

Harvest: Year 2012

Origin: Mount He Kai arbor forest, Menghai, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China

Dry leaves: Large fleshy leaves with good amount of golden buds (芽茶)

Tasting Note:  Light orange liquor; signature Menghai bitterness that quickly turns into lingering floral honey note. 


Notes from our Chief Tea Officer:

In contrast to our Mount Nan Nuo cake, Mount He Kai is softer yet fuller. If Mount Nan Nuo puerh is all about "Shan Yun (山韵)", the taste of the mountain, the minerals in the soil; then Mount He Kai is about "Hua Mi Xiang (花蜜香), the fragrance of flowers and the taste of honey, as wild flowers and bee nests are common sight walking through the arbor tea forest.

For comparative tasting of "Mount Nan Nuo", 40g sample packs available in this link.


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