Spring harvest of arbor trees from Kun Lu Shan area stored in local farm until 2016. The fruity scent comes even from the dry leafs when chip off this light pressed by stone 200g cake. Plummy sweetness with mild "sheng jing" tickling your tongue and mild "hui gan" after makes drinking this tea pleasant experience.
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|Origin||Kun Lu Shan|
|Tea Material||Arbor tree ( Qiao Mu )|
The medium dark tea soup has also noticeable camphor notes , due to local environment. The trees are planted along with camphor trees which helps them to keep in shadow and protect from the insect same time. Camphor trees are used as natural repellent. Tea is pressed without "nei piao" and farmer doesn't have even wrapper , so we had to use our hand made Dai paper with our stamp on it.
The leafs hold their "mei li" sweetness for good 10 infusions , after that bitterness will start to be more obvious but not astringency.
In local Kunming Xiong Da tea market this tea is also sold with Xi Gui Gu Shu label for much higher price.
Kunlu Mountain is a part of Wuliang Mountain located in Lin’er county. It's a virgin forest in the Pu-er area where is more than 2.6 Square miles of old tea trees and it was the royal tea garden of Qing dynasty. The small, mid. size and big leaf tea trees are growing there providing wide range of taste variations.
Kunlu Mountain it’s not as known as Lao Ban Zhang or Bing Dao for examp. ，but because it's rich flavor , it gets more attention nowadays.
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