Bu Lang Shan 布朗山
Bold, full-bodied, powerful. Gently umami and floral
Bu Lang Shan - Spring 2015: Bold, full, powerful, gently umami and floral
Bu Lang Shan - Spring 2012: Earthy with dried fruit notes. 2012 was a particularly good year for Pu Er. Even for a tea as aggressive as Bu Lang Shan, a sense of elegance embraces all the notes.
Terroir and Origin
Bu Lang Shan, Meng Hai, West of Lan Cang River, Xi Shuang Ban Na, Yun Nan Province, China (~1200m elevation)
History and Significance
Category: Green Tea - Sheng Pu
Sub-Category: Shai Qing (Sun-dried Green)
Cultivar: Heirloom, ancient Gu Shu tea trees
Tasting Notes and Brewing Methods
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