"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er
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"Bulang Zhiwei" Ripe Pu'er

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Bulang Zhiwei Shu Pu'er (布朗之味熟普洱) translates as "Bulang Taste Ripe Pu'er" and refers to Bulang Shan where the tea is picked. This is one of the Famous "Pu'er Tea Mountains" in China's Yunnan Province. The shape of this compressed tea is known as a "Bing" (餅) which translates as cake.

This tea is classed as Gong Ting Cha (宫廷茶) "Imperial Grade Tea" which are the finest "tippiest" leaves of the tea tree, and is "Zao Chun Ming Qian" (早春明前) tea, which refers to tea picked before the Qing Ming festival in early April.

The tea has a pleasent robust, earthy taste and can be infused multiple times.

Origin: Bulang Shan, Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China

Elevation: Grown 5577ft above sea level

Harvest: Spring 2017

Tea Variety: Camellia Sinensis var. Talliensis

Tea Type: 云南勐海大叶种晒青毛茶 (Yunnan Menghai Da Ye Zhong Shai Qing Mao Cha)

Tea Leaf Grade: Gong Ting (宫廷)

Brewing Temperature: 100°C

Caffeine Content: Approx. 60-70mg per cup

Amount: 5g of tea to 100ml of water

Sold in quantities of 357g