Bulang Mountains are located in Menghai country, Xishuangbanna prefecture, Yunnan province, China. Mountain ranges intersect with valleys, the altitude is 535 to 2082 meters above sea level. The forest covers up to 67% of the territory. The old trees of the Bulang Shan occupy 9505 mu (665 ha). The 'Bulang' minority, formed from the ancient 'Pu' tribe, were the first to grow tea in Yunnan. They moved to the local mountains thousands of years ago. Tea from this area is famous for its intense, astringent, and sweet taste with clear 'Huigan' and powerful 'Qi'.
This tea is made from early spring tea leaves harvested from 150+ years old tea trees. Traditionally roasted inside of bamboo and stored for 7 years in Hong Kong, this tea developed into a mature tea with a strong character. Intense tea with clear Huigun, typical for Bulang tea.
Dry tea leaves have a fresh and herbal aroma. After keeping it for some time in a warmed tea pot aroma develops into honey with some citrus nuances. After rinsing aroma completely changes and develops into herbal, woody, mineral notes. There is an obvious note of Hong Kong storage that gives this tea a special hint. The taste is rich and deep with some dried fruits, honey, and citrus nuances. The taste is multifaceted with a long-lasting aftertaste and a mineral note on the tip of the tongue. Great tea from the old tea trees of Yunnan will develop and bring you more joy and happiness during its aging.