Tulin tea factory is located in Nan Jian county, Yunnan province, China. Since 1983, they have produced 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, the 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.
The tea consists of large leaves, the degree of pressing is medium, and the tea is easily disassembled by hand into individual leaves. The aroma of the dried leaves is woody, and nutty, and has a bit of Hong Kong flavour. When warmed up, the aroma continues with wetter wood, spices, herbs, and forest after the rain. After rinsing, the aroma reveals itself in medical, forest motifs. Sweet, with camphor, and spruce notes.
The taste is sweet, soft, and deep, with notes of moist wood, oud, spices, and hazelnuts. A very unusual and rare taste is achieved through the fermentation process and traditional, natural storage in Hong Kong. With subsequent brewing, the tea develops into a softer taste with notes of traditional Chinese medicine. Dried roots, herbs, mushrooms. The tea leaves a long sweet aftertaste. Light freshness on the tip of the tongue. The dark color of the infusion is cognac-colored, turning into coffee tones with longer infusion. Tea has an invigorating effect, setting you up for a productive working day.