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Wuliang Shan

无量山
Wuliang Mountain is the national nature reserve which is located at mid west of Yunnan Province
and stretching over the two counties Nanjian with Jingdong.
Large mountain is a combination of many high peaks and deep valleys inhabiting various types of wildlife.
Apparently animals like golden monkeys or Bengal tiger could be seeing there.
Of cours...

无量山
Wuliang Mountain is the national nature reserve which is located at mid west of Yunnan Province
and stretching over the two counties Nanjian with Jingdong.
Large mountain is a combination of many high peaks and deep valleys inhabiting various types of wildlife.
Apparently animals like golden monkeys or Bengal tiger could be seeing there.
Of course apart of that, many tea trees are growing on the slopes of this mountain
covering area about 200 square kilometers.
The tea from Wuliang Mountain was exported in early 1920 to Myanmar with India.

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    Spring harvest of purple tea leafs growing on high elevated plantations (around 2000m.alt) on Wuliang mountain and processed as black ( red ) tea by "shai hong" Sun dried technique, which gives to tea an unique taste and ability to age and develop the taste to the certain point. Typical fruity jammy taste with touch of wild mushrooms and some spice notes....

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    Spring harvest of tea leafs growing on high elevated plantations on Wuliang mountain and processed by farmers as black ( red ) tea by "shai hong" Sun dried technique, which gives to tea an unique taste and ability to age and develop the taste to the certain point. Typical fruity jammy taste with slight sour notes which will develop to sweet taste with...

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    Spring harvest of purple tea leafs growing on high elevated plantations (around 2000m.alt) on Wuliang mountain and processed as black ( red ) tea by "ti xiang" technique , or as called Fujian style. High temp. roast for short time at the end of processing gives tea unique chocolate aroma and so the taste note. We also have  the exactly same tea made by...

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