Bulang Peacock 2018, aged Pu’er shengcha
USD 39.00 – USD 238.00
A Xishuangbanna classic
Some believe that tea originated in an area bordering Yunnan, Laos and Myanmar. Bulang Mountain lies in the middle of that within the province of Yunnan on the southern tip of an area called Xishuangbanna. Shengcha from this area is rich with flavours and not overtly strong. We have picked a good value production as an optional entry point for exploring this category of tea.
Southern Yunnan is also home to the peacock, the beautiful bird that the indigenous tribes love as a symbol of grace and peace. A good tea is exactly that.
Net weight per discus: 357 g (12.6 oz)
永明 2018 布朗孔雀
Soft, earthy aroma with a warm undertone. Light accents of mint, raisin, camphor wood and dried red date. Soft, malty body that is slightly sweet, accentuated with a tint of kudingcha bitterness and the cooling sensation of fresh carrot. Huigan aftertaste, sweet and cooling with camphor wood after aroma.
Please visit this article for infusion guide: How to brew a cha bing
|Dimensions||18 × 9 × 5 cm|
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Single cha bing, 7 cha bings in original bamboo wrap
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