Nannuo (Pa Sa) Unfermented Puerh

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Club selection of July 2014 – Green and super smooth our Nannuo selection is from an area near Pa Sa village deep into the Nannuo Mountain range. from Jeff is a great ageing tea produced by the Hani minority. Another of the teas that rarely makes it out of the regions that produce it, it is a Spring 2014 harvest that is fresh and vibrant in the mouth without any bitterness. This is partly down to excellent production that the area is generally known for. Nannuo Mountain is a huge area and each village and in many cases, each family, has a tea that is distinctive in its own way. The Hani believe that a tea is best consumed ‘new’ and fresh. By the time your tea arrives it will have already aged almost half a year. Consumed anywhere between 4-18 months is our recommendation, but as it holds some nice vegetal compounds, it will (we think) be able to age and develop well for years. Discover Nan Nuo Unfermented tea even further with Jeff:

Tasting Notes – Teas from the Pa Sa region of Nannuo Mountain are known to be smooth and ready for consumption immediately. Very little bitter tang remains, even though this is a 2014 Spring Harvest. The tea will age very well but is ready for immediate consumption. Jeff recommends slightly longer infusion times if you prefer a slightly stronger infusion as this is a tea of soft flavours. We recommend that one consumes this tea an hour or two after a meal so that the palate is ‘clean’ to enjoy the tea’s subtleties.

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I few months ago I joined the Jalam Tea Club, & I’m a little behind on sampling the teas I’ve received, but 100G cake arrived this afternoon & I figured, why not?
I haven’t been drinking any sheng lately, & I miss it.
4G + 4oz yixing (rinse) X 10/20/30 etc seconds
Placing the leaf in my heated yixing for a minute, I was greeted with a pleasing scent of light fruit & cream.
I was teaching while sipping, so I didn’t take any notes, but I can say overall that this is a very creamy mild tea, with hints of spinach, apricot, & a little bit of a camphor mouth in the later steepings. The Chaqi is potent & hit me with a wonderful sense of peace & clarity in the 2nd steep, renewed by each successive cup. The even later steepings had an overall cooling sensation, that spread through my body, especially my chest.
Next time I will up the dosage of leaf, as this is a sweet gentle tea, & I want to see how bold I can go with it :)

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does he ever send out shou?


oh godness terri…stop encouraging me to get more tea! i need to get through some of my existing pu stash first!


Thanks for posting :-) I got mine today… Plan to try it the same way with more tea

Terri HarpLady

apt: once in awhile
Sil: I’ll send you samples of all the ones I have so far


eh if it’s not often that’s okay. I don’t like shou and only drink sheng.


Sounds good

Terri HarpLady

Steph, want samples?


Well sure Terri! I just updated my cupboard and added all my new Butiki treasures if you would like to pick out some stuff for me to send you, too :)


I haven’t added the TeaUrchin samples into my cupboard, but I could be convinced to part with some small samples of those, too.


pssssssst send terri some pineapple sencha…so she can send it to meeeeee


Sure Sil! LOL! :D


haha woohoo!!!


I tried mine…. Love me some sheng! It’s much lighter than I expected.

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