Wild tea trees growing in De Hong area harvested in 2009 and stored in Kunming most of the time. Touch of wild mushrooms with combination of fruit sourness "guo suan" typical for wild variety will make a pleasant tea session for those who are not fans of bitter sheng puerhs. We have picked out "ya bao" before testing to be sure to get at the bottom of the original taste of those wild leafs and
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|Tea Material||Arbor tree ( Qiao Mu )|
took around 10 sweet steepings before leafs were getting weaker. You can go with longer brewing times if desired boost of the sweetness with rainforest moist notes along with touch of mushrooms. We took a few pictures in lightbox and on daylight ( afternoon ) in order to compare. There is no any romantic story behind the sourcing of this tea to justify the price tag, just the taste.
Due to the long storage in loose form broken leafs are also in present.
We also have similar year of ye sheng from Yong De which has wet notes due to the local environment storage.
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