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    Xishuangbanna

    西双版纳
    Xishuangbanna is located in very south part of Yunnan. The name " Xi Shang Ban Na "
    comes from the ethnic language,
     it means Twelve Thousand Fields. XI Shuang Ban Na is linked with Laos and Myanmar.
    The six famous tea mountains are located in this prefecture which
    makes it the biggest producer of highly demanded pu-erh tea. 

    西双版纳
    Xishuangbanna is located in very south part of Yunnan. The name " Xi Shang Ban Na "
    comes from the ethnic language,
     it means Twelve Thousand Fields. XI Shuang Ban Na is linked with Laos and Myanmar.
    The six famous tea mountains are located in this prefecture which
    makes it the biggest producer of highly demanded pu-erh tea. 

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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.

    • 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 ".

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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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      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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      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 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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      The spring tea leafs harvested from young arbor tea trees growing on  Bada mountain near to Man Pa Le village. Very subtle fruity taste with touch of honey in aroma balanced with slight bitterness as typical for the Ba Da teas. Slight dry sensation on reflects the young age of the trees but can be moderated by gentle brewing.

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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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      Mixture of spring and autumn tea leafs of "Xiao Shu" small arbor tea trees from YiWu mountain.  Fragrance of the flowers with touch of clove which is overall covered by fruity aroma of clean Kunming aged transformation. Typical Chinese fruit "mei zi" notes are hiding in aftertaste accompanied by some dryness and astringency reminding you the young age of...

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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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      Mixture of spring and autumn bush tea leafs from Menghai area and pressed into 357g pu-erh tea cake in 2012 , dry stored in Kunming until now. The woody scent of well stored sheng pu-erh can be experienced when steeping the leafs in gai wan. Very pleasant and back warming feeling along with bitter-sweet mouth sensation followed by mild "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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