2019 Bai Ying Shan Odl Tree Mao Cha | Bai Ying Shan Gu Shu Mao Cha

518 Kč

We were happy to be able to have sourced this incredible Mao Cha. The material come from Gu Shu trees in Bai Ying Shan (2019). You can expect something special. The dried leaves have a fair aroma of apricot fruit. Flavour is typical Baiying, sweetness, mineral notes, a sweet aftertaste that carries and a smooth consistency. That’s all good! It’s the feeling of this tea that’s truly special. The feeling itself is extremely meditative, not harsh or energetic but quite aggressive and forceful in its relaxing nature. Simply put, very intoxicating Cha Chi experience.

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Many people have never tried the mao cha of raw pu-erh tea. The mao cha is the loose form of the raw pu-erh tea leaves. In the production area of pu-erh tea in Yunnan, most people drink Pu-erh tea in mao cha form. As the process of raw pu-erh tea is pretty close to that of green tea, the flavor of mao-cha is very floral with an uplifting refreshing aroma, and this refreshing floral flavor is normally diminished once tea is steamed and compressed.

We were happy to be able to have sourced this incredible Mao Cha. The material come from Gu Shu trees in Bai Ying Shan (2019). Usually Gu Shu material from this region carries a very hefty market value. Thanks to our family relations and large orders you can taste this tea at very reasonable price. You can expect something special. The dried leaves have a fair aroma of apricot fruit. Flavour is typical Baiying, sweetness, mineral notes, a sweet aftertaste that carries and a smooth consistency. That’s all good! It’s the feeling of this tea that’s truly special. The feeling itself is extremely meditative, not harsh or energetic but quite aggressive and forceful in its relaxing nature. Simply put, very intoxicating Cha Chi experience.

Bai Ying Shan 白莺山 is one of the branch mountains of Wu Liang Shan 无量山 in Southwest Yunnan Lincang Region, and near Lan Cang River. Though it is still not yet very famous among the many tea mountains of Yunnan,  Bai Ying Shan is the origin of the Yunnan old big tea trees as study indicates. Here there is the oldest tea tree more than 3,000 years old, and the biological character of the tea seed of Bai Ying Shan old tree proves here is the birthplace of the Yunnan Big Leaf Tea.


Product Details

GT0634-50
2013-05-26

Data sheet

Country
China
Location
Yunnan, Lincang, Baiyingshan
Cultivar
Yunnan Da Bai
Processing (Pu-erh)
green / sheng 生
Form
loose tea