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    Menghai

    勐海县
    Menghai is located in west part of Xi Shuang Ban Na, It’s known as origin of the tea.
    There are many famous old tea tree mountains around Menghai
    which all of them are inhabited by ethnic minorities.

    勐海县
    Menghai is located in west part of Xi Shuang Ban Na, It’s known as origin of the tea.
    There are many famous old tea tree mountains around Menghai
    which all of them are inhabited by ethnic minorities.

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    Menghai There are 36 products.

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    • Bada Shan

      巴达山
      Bada Mountain is located in the west part of County Menghai.
      The mountain is just right beside Myanmar ( Burma ) and separated only by the river.
      In Bada mountain live many different ethnic minorities.
      There is an old wild tea tree which is by locals called "The king of tea trees".
      The tree is over 1700 years old and 34 meters high. 

    • Nannuo Shan

      南糯山
      Nannuo mountain is located beside Jinghong City
      and at the borders of County Menghai.
      "Nannuo" in local ethnic language means " bamboo sauce ",
      because in the past the mountain was full of bamboo
      which local used for making the sauce.
      Apart of the bamboo the another main important plant was the tea.
      And as 1000 years ago the mountain still provides plenty of high quality tea.

    • 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 “Ban Zhang cha”, “ Lao Man E cha” .

    • Pasha Shan

      帕沙山
      Pa Sha is an ancient village ( alt. 2000m ) of Hani minority
      which still live in order of their own culture and communicate in original language.
      Since millennium ago (Tang Dynasty), the locals planting and processing tea for living.
      Apart of the young arbor trees the area is covered mainly by trees age between 300-600 years. 

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      Mixture of all loose leaf sheng puerh samples we got from our 2023 tea sourcing trip. Ailao Shan , Laowu Shan , Wuliang Shan, Bulang Shan ( Lao Man E - sweet & bitter, Pa Dian Lao Zhai , Pasha Lao Zhai ) , Hu Zhu Liang Zi. There is some wild varietal and purple varietal blended in as well. Despite of accurate blending , it is very possible that each...

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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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      Tea material from arbor trees growing on Pa Sha mountain and processed in local village Zhong Zhai , later traditionally stone pressed into the cake in Menghai tea processing company. Medium hand processed by stone tea cake consists spring tea leafs plucked in 2015. Within the first infusion the powerful tea soup gives unusual taste of wild mushrooms (...

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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".

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      "Ku Jin Gan Lai" - When The Bitterness has Finished, The Sweetness begins. This is an old Chinese idiom basically expressing - When the hard times are over, the good times just at the beginning. The sensation from it's tea liqueur brewed from spring leafs , is the same as the name states. At the very beginning is a bit bitter with some astringency but...

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      Spring harvest from Yiwu mountain pressed into the 400g . typical notes of "Mei Zi" , Chinese plum with plenty of "hui gan" sweetness after which spread from throat and cover your tonsils. Under tongue sweetness "sheng jing" is also in present and experience puer drinker will detect slight dry touch which reveals young age of arbor trees this cake is made...

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      The spring tea material from arbor trees of Ba Da mountain processed in Zhang Lang village and later stone pressed into the cake by stone. Tea soup liqueur has very strong smoky scent  , very slowly graduating but long lasting "hui gan".

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      Mixture of small arbor and bush tea leafs of 2017 spring harvest start to give you sweet and bitter mouth sensation after 3rd infusion. Surprisingly "hui gan" is present in various steps and "sheng jing" comes around slowly and in week form. This cake has a very good potential for storage.

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      An interesting piece of 250g brick from good old comrades. The purple tea leafs were pressed and stored in Menghai for few years , then in Kunming , so it has a slight touch of wet storage but rather pleasant. ( not like HK or GZ storage ). Well balanced tea liquor is soft and offers pleasant fruity sweet mouthfeel with touch of "Mei Zi" - the Chinese plum.

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      Spring harvest of small arbor trees from Nan Nuo mountain. Fruity body of typically very well clean stored semi aged sheng puerh in Kunming in which you still can sense some flowery notes ( especially in lighetr infusions ). Bitterness with some astringency comes with harder steepings to let you know young age of tea trees after all.  Suitable for the...

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      Slight smoky notes coming from hot gaiwan. We suggest to wash two times these bits & pieces of arbor trees pressed hard into the 4-5g mini tuo, in order to get the real "juice" out of it. Crushed leafs will spread quickly right after that and you might be experiencing excessive bitterness due to overstepping, so make sure that you brew it in proper...

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      This quite old tea bits and pieces pressed into the small 6g brick. Mixture of bushes with small arbors and some "huang pian" provides quite unique taste. The "xuan mi cha" which is special Japanese tea ( combination of deep fried rice with green tea ) . Put in simple words, tea is bitter-sweet ( very warming ) , has "hui gan" slight "sheng jing" on sides...

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