Nannuo Sheng Cha

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“Sheng from Nannuo” is made of the very first spring tea shoots (harvest 2017) in a small family tea farm in Nannuo Mountain (Menghai County).

In appearance: 357 g teacake of medium density, broken effortlessly with fingers into large, twisted, greyish-olive leaves, silver buds and stems. The aroma is delicate, floral-herbal. The infusion is transparent, white grapes colour.

The brewed tea has vivid, herbal-floral bouquet with woody and fruity notes. The aroma is tender, floral. The taste is smooth and full-bodied, juicy, with berry acidity and spice nuances, transforming into refreshing finish.

Brewing suggestions. Brew tea with hot boiling water (75-95°C, the lower the temperature, the more tender the taste) in a gaiwan or a teapot made of porous clay. The proportion is 5 g per 100 ml. The first infusion should last for 8-10 seconds. After that do short brews (just for 1 second), increasing exposure time for each subsequent brewing, if necessary. You can repeat this method up to 10 times.

“Sheng from Nannuo " is lovely yang sheng – vivid and gentle, with smooth, full-bodied taste and refreshing, definitely positive effect.

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I bought this tea in St. Petersburg over New Years and it’s coming up on a year old now, I suppose potentially transitioning a little. The main flavors are plum and white grape, with a lot of sweetness and just a touch of bitterness, but not bitter in the same sense a lot of sheng are, nothing like aspirin. It’s more that slight edge that one might experience from tasting a tree bud (hard to think of foods like that; maybe like an unripe peach, but different in taste). If anything this tea might be too sweet and mellow for some sheng enthusiasts, leading me to wonder if it’s really going to improve or if this isn’t the kind of tea you should drink within the first year or two. At any rate I really like it as it is, and it seemed a pretty good value for pricing that seemed moderate to me. A more comprehensive review is here:

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This tea started out spicy, and had undertones of wood and moss. This sheng was lovely, and was very good quality (especially for the price tag). Along with this teas quality, it was full bodied and complex. It was full of tasting notes that kept evolving through out the session with it. Overall, I think this tea was great for what it was and I would recommend it, especially if you’re a fan of this region.

You can read my full review here:—-Moychay


Thanks for the review! Because of that I discovered Moychay and really like those tea I’ve ordered so far.


I want to order from them so bad….


as long as you don’t expect high end stuff I can really recommend even the cheap puerhs :-)


I am just looking at maybe a couple of cakes and a good range of samples.


@mrmopar I’ve added the teas I bought, maybe those reviews are helpful ;)

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