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    Mengla

    勐腊县
    Mengla is located in the south-east part of Xi Shuang Ban Na area.
    The name " Mengla " comes from the ethnic language
    and it means Town of Tea. The name is just right for this town
    because there are many old tea trees wildly growing around.
    Probably one of the famous mountain there is “Yi Wu Cha Shan ".

    勐腊县
    Mengla is located in the south-east part of Xi Shuang Ban Na area.
    The name " Mengla " comes from the ethnic language
    and it means Town of Tea. The name is just right for this town
    because there are many old tea trees wildly growing around.
    Probably one of the famous mountain there is “Yi Wu Cha Shan ".

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    Mengla There are 21 products.

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    • Youle Shan

      攸乐山
      Original tribes called Jinuo lived there more than thousand years
      and growing the tea beside the river on slopes of Youle mountain
      located in Xi Shuang Ban Na , Yunnan Province .
      Although this is one of the oldest tea growing and processing area ,
      surprisingly locals never pressed tea into the cakes before.
      Their traditional way of storing tea was pressing them into the bamboo " Zhu Tong Cha "
      or producing the Cha Gao .
      In early times of in Qing Dynasty Youle tea was exported in big scale to India.

    • Yiwu Shan

      易武古茶山
      Yiwu is kind of the king of six ancient tea mountains  
      and from all of them it has the most of the old tea trees.
      There is a very good climate for tea and all area
      has a lots of altitude differences which gives perfect condition for various teas .
      During Qing dynasty Yiwu was the most important place for the tea production and trade in Xi Shuang Ban Na.

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      Spring tea leafs of small arbor tea trees growing in Yi Wu mountain area . Fresh leafs were processed by local minorities in small village Xin Fa located around 1300 m.alt. This 357g pu-erh tea cake is medium pressed traditionally way by stone. Brewed leafs release slight bitter tea liqour but that changes to sweet "hui gan" with floral notes right after...

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      Autumn harvest 2011 from Yi Wu arbor trees pressed into 2kg brick fitted in bamboo made basket. Very settled and sweet taste with touch of plums with very first infusion. Clean yellow tea soup has an energy although not like spring teas.

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      Very distinctive , pleasant aroma of plums and orchids comes out from hot gaiwan within washing infusion already. First few cups don't give much , but after 3rd one it starts to release what it has.....a pleasant graduating body warming sensation , mouth will slowly and persistently fill with sweetness. Taste of plums with touch of old wood could be...

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      Harvested fresh spring tea leafs of arbor trees , processed and pressed by Yiwu farmer. Wrapper of Ancient Tea Route with horses carrying a tea on their back. "Ma Bang" - horse help . Smell of summer flowers coming out from gai wan. Tea soup is clean, mellow and slightly bitter. Slight astringency can be experienced after few infusions but overall taste...

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      Fresh autumn tea leafs of arbor tea trees plucked, processed and pressed by the local Yiwu farmer. Term "Gu Hua" stands for the time when rice grains are ready to be picked - autumn. Within first infusion you will get a nice bitter & sweet tea liquor with gentle touch of Chinese plums. Sweet mouthfeel stays during many infusions body warm feel...

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      The name on wrapper "Cha Zhi Xiang" stands for " The Home of the Tea" . Fresh spring tea leafs of arbor tea trees were plucked, processed and pressed by local Yiwu farmer. Gentle woody scent of dry leafs comes out from hot gai wan before the first infusion. Clear tea soup is slightly bitter at the start , but turns sweet after few cups and fills your...

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      Spring harvest of tea leafs from old and semi-old arbor trees plucked , processed in Luo Shui Dong village, then pressed by our Yiwu farmer. This successful blend has a scent of forest fruits with touch of honey which sticks to the hot jar after washing the leafs by first infusion. After 2nd cup the wild sweetness starts to appear under the tongue and...

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      Medium pressed brick ( which is actually 240g ) from spring material of arbor теа trees reveals its sweetness within first cup.  No astringency but slightly, rather pleasantly bitter tea liqour provides body warming sensation. "Hui Gan" comes around after 3rd ,4th cup and its long lasting experience.The scent of flowers can be appreciated out from the hot...

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      Medium pressed tuo from Yiwu spring material of young arbor tea trees. Overall taste is sweet with slight bitter sensation. Very intensive "hu gan" lasting for long time,  along with sweet mouth feel.

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      Mixture of spring and autumn tea leafs of small arbor tea trees growing in Yi Wu mountain area processed in local small village and later pressed in Kunming. Clean golden tea soup with fragrance of the flowers. Slight astringency is compensated by "Hui Gan" sensation right after. Very good full body tea for reasonable price from such a expensive area....

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      Scent of honey and summer fruits comes out from the pitcher or lid of your gaiwan when brew very first infusion. The spring harvest tea leafs from big Yiwu tea trees gives golden color liquor. Pleasant "hui gan" with sweet mouth feel all the way. U can extend the brewing time if you are not afraid of bitterness ( not astringency ) and the  tea will gain...

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      Hand pressed and rolled into the dragon balls "Xiao Long Zhu" varying from 8-10g. Tea leafs from old arbor tree release dark gold liqueur with pleasant front bitterness and touch of sweet plums. "Hui gan" will show up very fast but "Sheng Jing" comes around after 4th infusion and will buzz its sugar sensation in both sides under your tongue for very long...

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