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    Laowu Shan

    老乌山
    Lao Wu Shan

    is a part of the Wuliang mountain and it is located in the middle part of the Wuliang Shan, which all belong Puer area. Tea gardens on Laowu Shan are located between 2000 - 2200m alt. Tea production has roots since Tang dynasty there, when locals learned how to process the tea leafs of wild tea trees. Nowadays has evolved to the ...

    老乌山
    Lao Wu Shan

    is a part of the Wuliang mountain and it is located in the middle part of the Wuliang Shan, which all belong Puer area. Tea gardens on Laowu Shan are located between 2000 - 2200m alt. Tea production has roots since Tang dynasty there, when locals learned how to process the tea leafs of wild tea trees. Nowadays has evolved to the bigger scale cultivation and processing.   

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    Laowu Shan There are 8 products.

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      USD 43.82 In Stock

      Spring harvest of arbor tea trees medium pressed traditionally by stone into the 200g cake. The tea soup is clean and sweet with notes of flowers in aroma. Slow and gentle "hui gan" is persistent during many infusions. No excessive astringency with slight bitterness which occurs while brewing stronger infusions.

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      Old yellow leaves from old tea trees growing on Lao Wu Shan mountain. Sweet tea liqour with significant honey notes which can be gained with extending a steeping time. The old yellow tea leafs can be brewed in gaiwan , teapot or even being boiled in cattle as tea farmers do. Increasing amount of tea leafs, longer time of each infusion the bitter notes...

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      USD 48.20 In Stock

      Da Lao Wu is the name for this 200g medium pressed tea cake made of spring leafs from old arbor trees growing on Laowu Shan. Very mellow tea soup without any astringency or bitterness . Light sour touch from first sip will turn to intensive "sheng jing" buzzing around the tongue. After few cups "hui gan" will also show up and overall sweet mouth sensation...

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      USD 54.77 In Stock

      Spring harvest from arbor tea trees , which by locals is already called "gu shu". Very soft pressed cake with sweet and fruity ,  "sheng jing" lingers at the bottom of the tongue and back of the throat "hui gan" comes around eventually along with green apple skin notes. Can steep many times and longer infusions boost the sweetness without any astringency

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      3 x 25g and 1 x 12g samples set of sheng pu-erh from different places /  mountains but same year of production ( 2017 ) , to give a tea drinker an opportunity compare the "taste of the location". Areas: Lincang - 2018 Xiao Hu Sai , Xishuangbanna ( Menghai area )  - 2017 Pa Sha Xiao Qiao Mu , Xishuangbanna ( Yiwu area ) - 2017 Yi Wu Da Shu , Puer  / Simao...

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      USD 46.74 In Stock

      Spring leafs from old arbor trees growing in Laowu Shan area and pressed into the 200g cake. Typical chrysanthemum notes in the pitcher and bitter sensation in throat after few infusions , which develops into sweet "hui gan". Maocha sourced back in 2019 from the same garden as always and pressed in late autumn. Taste the transformation in process by...

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      USD 39.43 In Stock

      Blend of the very first harvest of spring leafs from old arbor trees with and young arbors growing in Laowu Shan area. Smooth tea with light touch of green apple or citrusy-ish notes like Wu linag shan tea , yet with more vivid flowery notes of chrysanthemum and sweetness buzzing under the tongue.  It's a mixture of half and half of old and young trees...

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      Sourced from same tea garden on Laowu Shan as every year. Mao cha from old tea trees medium pressed in small cake.  Flowery aroma from the pitcher and so the notes in taste. First infusions give very fruity - plum taste accompanied with light sour touch revealing the wild varietal tea leafs  ( from nearby growing tea trees ) which were blended in before...

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