Nannuo Mountain is known for producing teas that are soft, fragrant, and exhibit a strong hui gan. This tea also has a rich, thick texture with a layered complexity. With the source leaves of this pu-erh being of such great quality, this tea is sure to mature into a masterpiece.
The Nannuo Mountain is famous for providing many high-quality Pu-erh teas that are soft, fragrant, and showcase a strong returning sweetness (hui gan). Our 2012 Nannuo First Spring Harvest Raw Pu-erh Tea encapsulates a rich, thick texture along with complex flavors that evolve with each sip. The source leaves for this blend are destined to age into something special.
High-Quality Pu-erh Tea: A Flavor All Its Own
Nannuo Mountain is just one peak among the many that comprise the 26 mountains of Yunnan. It holds a long, storied tradition of tea making, as tea cultivation on Nannuo Mountain can be traced back to the ancient Tang dynasty in 618-920 AD. For centuries, this mountain has been renowned as an important location in the production and development of high-quality Pu-erh tea, due to the mild micro-climate in the region.
How to Brew Your Tea
Use a Pu-erh Pick to Remove 3-5 grams of your Nannuo Mountain tea brick for every 6 ounces of water you’re boiling. Bring your water to the boiling point, letting it cool to 185°F before rinsing the tea leaves for several seconds to remove impurities.
Infuse your first cup of tea for 10 seconds and your second cup of tea for 5 seconds. Each brew after that should increase by 5 seconds per brew.
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Explore the unique flavors of Nannuo Mountain grown tea with our 2012 Nannuo First Spring Harvest Raw Pu-erh Tea today.
Region: Nannou Mountain, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan
Harvest: First Spring
Net Weight: 100g Format: Brick