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    Bada Shan

    巴达山
    Bada Mountain is located in the west part of County Menghai.
    The mountain is just right beside Myanmar ( Burma ) and separated only by the river.
    In Bada mountain live many different ethnic minorities.
    There is an old wild tea tree which is by locals called "The king of tea trees".
    The tree is over 1700 years old and 34 meters high. 

    巴达山
    Bada Mountain is located in the west part of County Menghai.
    The mountain is just right beside Myanmar ( Burma ) and separated only by the river.
    In Bada mountain live many different ethnic minorities.
    There is an old wild tea tree which is by locals called "The king of tea trees".
    The tree is over 1700 years old and 34 meters high. 

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    Bada Shan There are 11 products.

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      The spring tea leafs harvested from young arbor tea trees growing on  Bada mountain near to Man Pa Le village. Very subtle plummy taste with touch of apricots balanced with slight bitterness as typical for the Ba Da teas. Slight dry sensation on top of the tongue reflects the young age of te trees. Despite of that still good aged sheng puerh for it's price.

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      The spring tea material from Bada mountain soft pressed into the 100g. Once you pour the hot water over the dry tea leafs , the aroma will remind you what is "all the puerh tea about" - the storage. Honey sweet fragnance with touch of plums and apricots also gets in mouthfeel right after 2dn infusion. Slightly bitter and astringent due to the origin of...

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      Tea leafs and big buds "Ya Bao" from spring wild trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Man Pa Le village and stone pressed into the cake . Very soft tea with no bitterness , full in mouth with scent of wild forest and fast distinctive "hui gan".

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      The spring tea material from young arbor tea trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Man Pa Le village and stone pressed into the 357g. As typical Bada tea is bitter but with honey background texture offering instant "hui gan". Should you be sensitive to bitterness and astringency , make lighter infusions.

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      The spring tea material from arbor trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Zhang Lang village and later stone pressed into the cake by stone. Tea soup liqueur has very strong smoky scent  , very slowly graduating but long lasting "hui gan".

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      "Ku Jin Gan Lai" - When The Bitterness has Finished, The Sweetness begins. This is an old Chinese idiom basically expressing - When the hard times are over, the good times just at the beginning. The sensation from it's tea liqueur brewed from spring leafs , is the same as the name states. At the very beginning is a bit bitter with some astringency but...

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      Arbor tree tea material from Bada mountain in Menghai, processed in Zhang Lang village and medium pressed into the cake. Honey fragrance tea soup has a sweet beginning with slight bitter end. There is a also bit of astringency sensation after few steps but followed with sweet mouth feel after.

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      Bitter and slight astringent is this still young pressed tea cake made of spring tea leafs from Ba Da mountain. As the locals do , the tea leafs are stored for few months and pressed in the winter. After 3rd steep , when you get use to the front astrigancy , the honey fruity notes will come out of nowhere. Very good sign for aging!

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      4 x 25g samples set of sheng pu-erh from Bada mountain in harvested and pressed different years to give tea drinker an opportunity to compare the taste aging ( transformation ) .Samples from 357g Ba Da Shan ,pressed cakes from year 2011 - 2017. 2011 Ba Da Shan Bing , 2013 Ba Da Shan , 2015 Kun Jin Gan Lai , 2017 Ba Da Refer to Smart Tea Drinker for mo...

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      Spring harvest of small arbor tea trees from Xi Ding area were Ba Da Shan is located so it has the typical flavor profile. Bitter liqour brings this tea to rather those "throaty" pu-erhs where sweetness comes around in form of "hui gan" ,  spreading sweetnes in overall mouth as eating the green olives. This tea is not a daily drinker neither for beginners...

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      Maocha from old tea trees growing on Bada mountain in around Zhang Lang village. Honey fragrance in pitcher which also reflect in taste along with sweet plum with touch of apricot , which is typical for Bada teas as the bitterness which get noticable with harder steeping. Yet , with longer infusions the sweetness also increases aside of the sweet...

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