Bu Lang Mountain Black Tea from Menghai * Spring 2017

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Black Tea
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Black Tea Leaves
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  • “A really satisfying black tea that has a balance of all your favorite hong cha flavors. An assertive dark caramel sweetness, stewed fruit sour-sweetness, and a little roasted nuttiness. Noticeable...” Read full tasting note
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Spring harvested tea from pure assamica tea trees growing in Guang Bie area of Bu Lang Shan in Menghai county of Xishuangbanna.
Bu Lang Mountain teas are well know for producing world-class ripe and raw pu-erh teas because they are strong and bitter with a sweet finish. The idea of making black tea from pure assamica is long-standing tradition. It was probably originally done for teas that wilted too heavily to be processed into pu-erh mao cha, so were allowed to wilt longer and then were processed into black tea.
Our Bu Lang Black Tea is a joy to drink. Lively and deep it will go many infusions without getting boring or flat. With some age it will continue to develop complexity for several years!
Spring 2017 harvested
Location: Guang Bie Village in Bu Lang Mountains

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A really satisfying black tea that has a balance of all your favorite hong cha flavors. An assertive dark caramel sweetness, stewed fruit sour-sweetness, and a little roasted nuttiness. Noticeable spice notes of white pepper and maybe a little horehound. Very dynamic on the palate. This one just jumped to the top of my repurchase list.

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