Place of Origin: Pu'erh, Yunnan
Vintage: 2014 Spring
Size: 357g per cake
Tea Varietal: Mengban Mang Fei Camellia sinensis var assamica
Harvest Time: Mid March
Flavor: Floral, fresh and mellow with sweet aftertaste.
Dried leaves: Tight and slender dark tea leaves with white tips
Liquor: Clear golden yellow liquid
Brewed Tealeaves: Elastic tealeaves in green color
Kunlushan Mountain, a part of the extension of Wuliangshan Mountains, ministratively belonging to Kuanhong village, Lin'er township, Lin'er Hanni and Yizhu autonomous county, Pu'erh city, Yunnan province, lies 31 kilometers to the north of the urban area of Pu'erh county. At an elevation between 1410 and 2271 meters above sea level, the main body of Kunlushan Mountain extends for more than 10 kilometers from the north to the south and several kilometers from the east to the west. Kunlushan Mountain covered with thick trees has nice scenery. Mainly located at the two villages: Fengyang village and Baxiang village, the ancient tea gardens are estimated at 10122 mu (about 675 hectares) in total, among which 1939 mu (129 hectares) categorized as semi cultivated type exist in the primeval forest of Kuanhong village, Lin'er township. Kun Lu Shan Mountain boasting about its more than 10000 mu ancient tea garden and believed to be one of the royal tea gardens during the Qing Dynasty is now praised as"the museum of tea tree". The recorded NO 3 ancient tea tree growing here, about 25 meters in height and 2.53 meters in diameter is the biggest human cultivated tea tree ever found. The Kun Lu Shan Raw Pu Erh Tea Cake was made of tea leaves harvested from 100-300 years old ancient arbor tea trees in the Late March 2014 in Ku Lu Shan Mountain.
2014 Kun Lu Shan Raw Puerh
5-8 gr of tea per 150 ml boiling water, 1 rinse, 5 second infusions, up to 20 infusions