Nannuo mountains are located in the East of Menghai country, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China. Average elevation is about 1500 m above sea level. Unique climate, soil, humidity makes an excellent environment that gives this tea special character and taste what makes him famous in pu'er tea lovers society. Raw material from these places is famous for a strong taste, powerful Cha Qi (energy) and Hui Gun, a special descriptor, that refers to the sensation of sweetness that follows a bitterness and can be noted on the tongue or at the back of the throat.
Nice representative of an aged sheng pu'er. Tea leaves are harvested from old trees, traditionally processed, stone-pressed and stored in natural (Kunming) storage since 2005 till 2020. Be ready to get almost loose-leaf form tea due to a very weak pressing. Dry leaves have a light sweet, woody note. After rinsing I find honey, baked fruits and dried citrus notes. This tea has a deep, aged, complex taste with a strong energy. Honey, woody and a little bit of leather notes. Clear Hui Gun and long-lasting aftertaste will definitely satisfy you during a long tea session!