You Le Long Pa 攸樂龍帕 (亞諾)
Tender and sweet with notes of sugarcane
Le De, Spring 2021:
Single Tree, Spring 2021: Gorgeous floral notes and sweetness from sugarcane come from this Single Tree Pu Er. Single Tree means all the leaves from this tea
Le De, Spring 2018: Strong notes of sugarcane. Tender and sweet with clean and delicate tannins. From the micro-terroir lot of Le De.
Wild, Spring 2018: Absolutely gorgeous brightness! An intense, aromatic Pu Er. From the same wild forest as the 2016 vintage.
Wild, Spring 2016: A full-bodied, round, and fruity Pu Er. These wild teas were harvested from a forest that is a two-hour hike from the village. The tea trees are so tall (7-15 m) that only selected tea pickers can climb up the tree. Only 10-20 pounds of this tea are crafted every year.
Le De, Spring 2016: This lot is slightly floral with a delicate sweetness. The Long Pa village owns two lots of tea - Le De and A Hei. Le De is the name of the micro-terroir that yields sweeter and softer Pu Er.
A Hei, Spring 2016: A tannic and robust Pu Er with notes of dried fruits. The Long Pa village owns two lots of tea - Le De and A Hei. A Hei is the name of the micro-terroir that yields a more tannic and robust Pu Er.
Le De, Spring 2015: Soft, sweet, and slight floral from the micro-terroir of Le De.
A Hei, Spring 2015: Strong dried fruit notes, tannic and robust from the micro-terroir of A Hei.
Spring 2014: Bright with strong tannins, slightly floral.
Long Pa village, You Le Shan, East of Lang Cang River, Xi Shuang Ban Na, Yun Nan Province, China (~1500m elevation)
History and Significance
Category: Green Tea - Sheng Pu
Sub-Category: Shai Qing (Sun-dried Green)
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