2021 Yunnan Sourcing "Lao Man'e Village" Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake

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This is purely Lao Man’e village ripe pu-erh tea harvested in spring 2020 and then wet piled in the late summer of 2020.

Entirely Lao Man E old plantation material Lao Man’e village in the Bu Lang mountains. Lao Man’e is a village in the Bu Lang Mountain range, not far from Lao Ban Zhang and also quite near Jie Liang village. Lao Man E tea is something in between the extreme bitterness of Jie Liang tea and the bitterness with fast and sweet huigan of Lao Ban Zhang tea.

This is a very strong tasting ripe tea, with a creamy thick taste and feel to it. It’s very infusable going many rounds before losing it’s powerful taste and aroma. With age it will become more infusable, more complex and more aromatic. The cha qi is all enveloping, but not over-powering. The tea settles into the mouth and body in a very nice way.

200 Grams per cake (7 cakes per bamboo leaf tong)

80 kilograms in total (400 cakes)

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