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“Mount Nan Nuo” Raw Pu'erh Cake (Year 2011, Gushu)

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Net Weight: 357g

Harvest: Year 2011, with materials collected from above 1500 meters altitude

Origin: Mount Nan Nuo arbor forest, Menghai, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China


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

Tasting Note: Copper tinted yellowish liquor; soft, fleeting bitterness with a sweet finish; 



Notes from our Chief Tea Officer:

Modern tea plantation as you can image consists of lines and lines of tea bushes as tall as your waist. But not in Mount Nan Nuo. You can easily find tea trees that are 2 to 3 meters tall, scattered among the forest, with roots just as deep as its height. This is true organic tea growing:).

For comparative tasting of gushu from a different mountain, try "Mount He Kai" Puerh Tea sample

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