Bulang Shan

布朗山
Bulang mountain is located in the south-east part of County Menghai.
According to the history book records about 4000 years ago
the aboriginal people ( Bulang Minority)
started planting the tea trees. Until now ,the money made from the tea production
are still the main income for the locals.
There are few famous teas come from that mountain , like...

布朗山
Bulang mountain is located in the south-east part of County Menghai.
According to the history book records about 4000 years ago
the aboriginal people ( Bulang Minority)
started planting the tea trees. Until now ,the money made from the tea production
are still the main income for the locals.
There are few famous teas come from that mountain , like “Ban Zhang cha”, “ Lao Man E cha” .

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    Spring arbor tea leafs from Bulang mountain hard pressed into the cake in Man Xin Long village by small local tea manufacturer in 2012. Clean tea liquor with slight notes or roasted nuts is gentle bitter from beginning , then turns to pleasant sweet aftertaste "hui gan". Overall warming session with individual "qi" potential.

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    Spring arbor tea material from Bulang mountain processed in Man Xin Long village and pressed into cake by stone. Clean tea soup is sweet and woody with gentle touch of flowers notes and sweet dry fruits . You might experience slightly dry mouthfeel at the back of the tongue during the first infusions , but later it changes into the pleasant "hui gan"...

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    The autumn harvest of small arbors and bush tea leafs from Bu Lang mountain. Tea soup is slightly bitter and sweet . Not as rich as spring leafs but it does last few infusions. Between 2-5 brewing you'll get most of fun, after that the time of steeping must to be extended each time. It's a good seasonal drinker for reasonable price.

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    " The King of the Bulang mountain " ...quite exaggerated name for the actual mix of Bulang and Lancang tea material, but must say this blend is successful. Bulang bitter small arbor leafs mixed with flowery scent of neighboring Lancang bush tea leafs material give nice overall body of tea liqueur. Nice fruity beginning with following refreshing sweet...

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    Spring harvest from around 50 years old arbor tea trees growing on Bulang mountain , Xishuangbanna. Slight smoky aroma can be noticed from dry tea leafs or from gaiwan when brewed but not appearing in taste much. Typical bitter leaf with slight astringency ( depends on your brewing style ) which evoke saliva and tease your tonsils when mild "hui gan"...

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