Nan Nuo Shan Ban Po Lao Zhai 南糯山半坡老寨
Weighty, full-bodied with comfortable bitter end note
Spring 2019: Vegetal, with bold tannins and a floral finish
Spring 2018: Tastes like apple butter with a bitter end
Spring 2017: This vintage is like silky sweet flowers
Spring 2016: Earthy, woodsy, with notes of biscotti and orange peel
Single Tree, Spring 2016: Notes of olive oil and jasmine with a lasting elegant mouthfeel. The entire batch of this vintage is harvested from one single tea tree that can produce 30-40 pounds of fresh leaves during tea season. Single Tree Pu Ers are a rare treat, as harvesting and crafting need optimal conditions.
Spring 2015: Tastes like candied fruits with a lingering sweetness and a floral finish
Ban Po Lao Zhai, Nan Nuo Shan mountain, Meng Hai, West of Lang Cang River, Xi Shuang Ban Na, Yun Nan Province, China (~1600-1700m elevation)
History and Significance
Category: Green Tea - Sheng Pu
Sub-Category: Shai Qing (Sun-dried Green)
Learn How To Gong Fu Brew
This foundational course is a great resource to help you understand the methods and motions of Gong Fu Brewing.