Lao Man Er Mountain is located in Man Er village, Menghai, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China. Local 'mountain tea' has been cultivated by the Bulang people for over 1,300 years. Located at an altitude of 1700 meters above sea level, ancient tea plantations consist of old trees with an area of 667 square meters.
Dry tea leaves have a sweet fragrance with seaweed, woody, honey, hops, and malt notes. After rinsing tea leaves aroma develops into herbal, fresh wood, mushroom nuances. The taste is sweet and deep with woody, mineral motifs. Due to 5 years spent in a professional Hon Kong storage, this tea gained a semi-aged profile and has a great character and good characteristics for further aging.