2022 Ming Feng Shan Ancient Tree Lao Cha Tou Ripe Pu-erh | Ming Feng Shan Shu Pu Er Lao Cha Tou - Option: Sample 15 g

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This rare puerh is made from trees over 350 years old with a decent amount ratio of leaves from trees older than 400 years. The tea leaves were harvested in the Spring of 2022 from high altitude tea gardens in the Ming Feng Shan 鳴鳳山 of Yunnan, China. You can find the mountains of Ming Feng Shan 鳴鳳山 in Lincang, Southwest Yunnan. It is a less-known place among the many tea Mountains in Yunnan. Here the old big tea trees grows at the altitude 2100m, which is very high even in the Yunnan Highland. True Gu Shu 古树 (ancient tree) material is rarely made into ripe Pu-erh. It takes a decent amount of determination to risk valuable leaves on the uncertain Shu Cha process. Very experienced tea masters have crafted this tea into a medicine and delicacy at once. It is a feast for the senses. The rich aroma and thick mouthfeel presents a smooth, layered, multi-dimensional experience with sweet flavors of chocolate and molasses with a hint of nutmeg spice. More

This rare puerh is made from trees over 350 years old with a decent amount ratio of leaves from trees older than 400 years. The tea leaves were harvested in the Spring of 2022 from high altitude tea gardens in the Ming Feng Shan 鳴鳳山 of Yunnan, China. You can find the mountains of Ming Feng Shan 鳴鳳山 in Lincang, Southwest Yunnan. It is a less-known place among the many tea Mountains in Yunnan. Here the old big tea trees grows at the altitude 2100m, which is very high even in the Yunnan Highland. The farmers here are producing tea without too much commercial chase. And the tea season starts late until in the beginning of April due to high altitude. The natural growing old big tea and high altitude forms the very rich quality content of tea of Ming Feng Shan. True Gu Shu 古树 (ancient tree) material is rarely made into ripe Pu-erh. It takes a decent amount of determination to risk valuable leaves on the uncertain Shu Cha process. Very experienced tea masters have crafted this tea into a medicine and delicacy at once.
 
It is a feast for the senses. The rich aroma and thick mouthfeel presents a smooth, layered, multi-dimensional experience with sweet flavors of chocolate and molasses with a hint of nutmeg spice. We offer this tea in several forms, mini Tuo Cha, Te Ji (special grades - standard sized leaves), Lao Cha Tou (chunks evolved during the ripe Pu-erh fermentation process) and Gong Ting (Imperial Tribute grade - small leaves and lots of buds).

Parameters
Form lao cha tou
Country of origin China
Province Yunnan
Location Lincang, Mingfengshan 鳴鳳山
Cultivar Da Ye Zhong 大叶种
Age of tea trees 350+
Altitude 2100 m