Wu Liang Shan 無量山
Mellow sweet with notes of juicy raisin
Wu Liang Shan - Spring 2022: This batch comes from leaves meticulously hand-harvested from ancient tea trees deep in the woods. It has an incredibly round and soft texture, a rarity for Pu Er.
Wu Liang Shan - Spring 2021: Mellow, tannic, and vegetal
Wu Liang Shan - Spring 2017: Cooked bamboo leaves, vegetal and tannic
Wu Liang Shan - Spring 2015, Single Tree Blend: Juicy raisin, mellow tannins, and a good amount of umami. This batch is harvested from single-harvested tea trees and blended for complexity.
Spring 2015: Mellow and sweet with faint notes of dried fruits
Terroir and Origin
Wu Liang Shan, Jing Dong, Yun Nan Province, China (~2050m 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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