2005 Bulang Gu Shu Sheng Pu-Erh, China

A mini tuo cha of sheng (raw) pu-erh from wild, 300 year old virgin forest tea trees in the Bulang Mountains. It has a full and lively character with a sweet taste and camphor notes that create a feeling of cool air in the mouth. The leaves used for this tea are not so pretty but of great energy, and this beauty error makes the low price of this wonderful Pu-Erh with a long-lasting aftertaste possible.

flavour profile: strong, sweet, camphor, full, balanced astringency

6g

1,80

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Description

location: Bulang Shan, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China

cultivar: wild, old tea trees

harvest: 2005

brewing method: 100°c/6g/200ml/15s – 20s – 30s – 40s +

or 450ml/8g/100°c – 4m

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Dark Tea