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Place of Origin: Nannuo Shan, Menghai, Yunnan
Vintage: 2020 Spring
Tea Varietal: Camellia sinensis var assamica
Harvest Time: Mid March
Flavor: Refreshing, smooth with flowery aroma and lingering aftertaste
Liquor: Clear golden-yellow liquid


Nan Nuo Shan(Nannuo Mountain, 南糯山), located in Bulanghe Township of Menghai County, is mainly inhabited by ethnic Hani people. It is 22km far from Jinghong city and 20km from Menghai county. During the 1920s, the Republic of China government established Yunnan’s earliest tea industry testing ground at Nannuo Mountain. The Nannuo Mountainous area has vast tea-growing areas with a long history of growing tea. Its history of tea cultivation can be traced back to the Tang dynasty (618-920AD). It is also the oldest test-bed of industrialization in Xishuangbanna. Today, there are still more than 700 hectares of ancient tea gardens existing here.  Nannuo Mountain has a mild climate with an annual average temperature of 18.7°C.  At an altitude between 800 to 1500m, it serves to differentiate the climates of Menghai and Jinghong. Temperatures range from 3°C to 33.5°C. It is described to be: “winters without severe cold, and summers without extreme heat. The 78% average relative humidity and 100 to 150 foggy days per year make Nannuo mountain a fine example of the saying “High, foggy mountains produce famous tea.

2020 Nannuo Shan Maocha

  • 5-8 gr of tea per 150 ml boiling water, 1 rinse, 5 second infusions, up to 20 infusions

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