Bulang Mountain Arbor

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  • “First noticed a light smokey aroma when I made the first rinse. The first steeping at 30 seconds. Smoke was still prevalent with notes of citrus. The tea left a full taste in the mouth and left me...” Read full tasting note
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Bulang mountain is one of the famous tea mountains in Menghai county,Yunnan, China. The Maocha (sundried large-leaf, as material for making raw Pu-erh tea cake) harvested in this area gives distinctive features of strong flavor and lingering aftertaste. This raw Pu-erh tea cake is manufactured by using early spring Maocha from Bulang mountain, 100% pure material (not blended).

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First noticed a light smokey aroma when I made the first rinse. The first steeping at 30 seconds. Smoke was still prevalent with notes of citrus. The tea left a full taste in the mouth and left me with a calm, pleasant feeling. Susequent steepings kept the citrus taste going. Excellent mid price raw tea cake.

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