Bai Hua Shu 2012, Pu’er maocha
One Hundred Flower Trees
Going pass the famous Jingmai tea region and deep into the rocky mountains of Lancang Lahu, 1800m above sea level into the turf of the Haqniq ( aka Hani ) tribes, enter the ancient hermit village of One Hundred Flower Trees ( hence the name Bai Hua Shu ). The tougher climate here maybe a little too rough for domesticated tea cultivars, so only indigenous tea trees grow here, and they are really old. The locals say all are at least 200 hundred years. They are harvested only once a year for their first flush. The fresh tea is always very potent. We have matured it for over 10 years to make sure their beautifully tamed characters can be well manifested in your cup.
Net weight: 40 g (1.4 oz) in Kraft-alu pack
Nose: Intense, sweet, earthy aroma with a clean, dry hay overtone. Distinct accents of raisin and honey. Notes of jujube and dangshen (codonopsis pilosula). Palate: Full body with velvety mouthfeel. Deep, complex maltiness with accents of maltase, raisin and brewery yeast. Tints of bitterness and bites of citrus rind. Finish: Strong huigan with tones of Chinese liquorice root.
Please refer to this article: About Infusing Pu’er Maocha
|Dimensions||18 × 9 × 5 cm|
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