Jingmai Shan

景迈山
Jingmai is located in Lancang county, which is the place mainly for Dai minority.
Jing Mai in Dai language means a "new place".
Around 2000 years ago a group of Dai people were living on hunting wild animals
but because their original area was lacked of it,
they had search for a new place to live.
They moved up to the mountains which later named ‘...

景迈山
Jingmai is located in Lancang county, which is the place mainly for Dai minority.
Jing Mai in Dai language means a "new place".
Around 2000 years ago a group of Dai people were living on hunting wild animals
but because their original area was lacked of it,
they had search for a new place to live.
They moved up to the mountains which later named ‘Jing Mai ‘, and started to plant tea which became part of their diet. 

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    Medium-hard pressed tea cake from arbors growing in Jingmai mountain processed in Weng Wa village has a bit smoky scent with touch of pine trees which gets more intensive during the brewing. Very well stored and the right condition for aging still preserved original Jingmai fruitiness with sweet mouthfeel followed by "hui gan" aftertaste.

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    Medium pressed tuo cha releases woody scent with touch of roasted nuts. Slight bitter and gently sweet tea soup offers slow huigan. Spring tea leafs from Jingmai mountain pressed in autumn, wrapped in Menghai ( as it's on the wrapper ) stored there for few years, but without any wet storage notes. Please note: this is not typical " fruity "Jingmai pu-erh...

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    Spring harvest from around 150 years old arbor tea trees growing around the Bang Wai village. Flowery scent and bitter-sweet tea liquor will "pinching" the sides of your tongue, decent "hui gan". A slight astringency might appear when oversteeping but generally it's very pleasant tea to drink. Very good tea for storage.

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    Spring harvest from the arbor tea trees growing near to Bang Wai village. Very well stored and matured semi-aged sheng providing sweet tea soup with fruity notes and honey taste at the back of the throat in form of the "hui gan". We brewed around 10+ steepings and the tea leaves still hold the taste. With harder brewings it will give some noticeable...

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