Nan Nuo Mountain (Zhu Ling Village) Sheng (Raw) Puerh

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Nan Nuo Raw Puerh
Region: Nan Nuo Mountain Range, southwestern Yunnan Province
Type: Mid-Altitude Puerh (1000 meters)
Harvest: Summer 2014
Harvesters: Hani minority

On a flavor chart (and of course in consideration of who produces and how a production flows) Nan Nuo teas are not known for hitting any high bitter or astringent notes. They are traditionally known for a more moderate flavor range with soft and subtle notes of the earth and foliage. This offering from us is a kind of open ended honey flavor and soft vegetal blend that can easily stand longer infusion times or adding to the leaf amounts of a serving. Jeff often refers to a tea saying from southern Yunnan, that there can be “Seven different people sipping one tea, tasting 5 different flavor notes”, and he subscribes to the idea that a well made tea using great raw materials is in some ways the only fact that some within the tea realm can agree upon.

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When I got this in the mail I couldn’t wait to bust it open! Er, I mean, carefully separate the leaves. ;)

The information card notes that this tea is better in the next 12 months rather than aged…which is weird, but okay, I wanna have it now anyway!

The leaf smelled smoky, the kind of grilled smoke I remember from January’s offering, which I loved! The tea tastes like that too, but with sweet vegetal notes. In later infusions, I noticed a nice lemon note. Overall, I liked it. Maybe not as much as the Jinuo or Naka, but it’s decent. Have I mentioned I really love this club?

mrmopar

I think this is another club I may join soon.

Tealizzy

You totally should, mrmopar! It would be interesting to hear what you think of their offerings.

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