2023 Huazhuliangzi, Pu'er Shengpu
2023 Huazhuliangzi, Pu'er Shengpu
2023 Huazhuliangzi, Pu'er Shengpu
2023 Huazhuliangzi, Pu'er Shengpu

2023 Huazhuliangzi, Pu'er Shengpu

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"Good tea grows in misty, high mountains" as a popular local saying goes and tasting Sheng pu'er tea from Huazhuliangzi it is impossible to disagree. These tea leaves harvested in Spring 2023 make a refreshing and fulfilling Shengpu that blesses the palate with botanical fruity fragrances and a persistent balanced aftertaste. An invigorating Qi passes through the body as we keep tasting brew after brew, enjoying these vibrant fresh flavours and foreseeing its great ageing potential.

Huazhuliangzi mountain, with its 2.430 meters above the sea level, is the highest peak in Xishuangbanna area, like an alpine altitude in a sub-tropical latitude framed by clouds and fog all year long. 
One of the rarest mountains in our collection, Huazhuliangzi tea leaves are marked by more than one surprising characteristic. Wild forests have nurtured these precious leaves, which during the infusion release a deep flavor and the fresh aroma of young tea trees that cools the palate.
It has a distinct apricot fragrance, with the sweetness of green Xinjiang raisin and a slightly acidic part of lemongrass and Chinese melon
It has a medium bitterness, stronger at the beginning but with a slightly sweet aftertaste that lingers in the mouth and in the cup.

The great skills and craftsmanship of the Bameng minorities, and the ecosystem living in the undergrowth of this particular area, all contribute to the unique quality and refreshing flavor of this special Pu'er Shengpu.

Harvested in Spring 2023 by Zhangqiang.

Pressed on  2023 by Eastern Leaves in Xishuangbanna

Try also the fragrances of slightly aged Pu'er from this precious mountain with our 2021 Huazhuliangzi Shengpu and Shupu. 

Plantation altitude: 2.250 meters
Origin: Southwest Yunnan, Huazhuliangzi Mountain
Flush: Spring 2023
Storage: avoid heat, light, and moisture

Quantity: 1 gr. of tea every 25 ml of water
Rinse: before starting the infusion, rinse the leaves one or two times with a very fast washing in order to let them rehydrate and release a more intense brew. Gently cover the leaves with boiling water and pour it after a few seconds.
Brewing time: Begin with a 10-second brew. Increase with each successive brew as needed.
Water temperature: 95-100° C
Number of brews: 12-15

Quantity: 1 gr. of tea every 100 ml of water
Brewing time: 2-3 minutes
Water temperature: 95-100° C