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'.
Tulin tea factory is located in Nan Jian county, Yunnan province, China. Since 1983, they produce high-quality pu'er tea using special raw materials harvested in Dali prefecture. The tea material from these places grows high in the mountains, sometimes the altitude reaches about 2500 meters above sea level, which results in a reputation of special quality and properties. Like Xiaguan, Nan Jian factory uses similar technologies and treatment during the production of their special Tuo Tea. This tea is famous for its balanced aroma and sweet taste.
This tea is made by Tulin Tea Factory from 2013 spring raw material harvested in Bulang Shan area. 75+ years old tea trees. High quality material and professional processing create a perfect shu pu'er ready to please and even inspire. Dry leaves have fresh, sweet, dry wood aroma. After rinsing aroma develop into more woody and earthy notes. The taste is smooth and thick with clear woody and mineral nuances. Very pleasant tea with great aging potential.