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Jino Shan, Lao Shu, 2023

Jino Shan, Lao Shu, 2023

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Sheng pu-erh from old trees in the form of convenient pearls in individual packaging.

The pearls are made from raw materials from ancient tea trees over 100 years old from Jinguo Shan Mountain in Xishuangbanna County and pressed to order by Art of Tea. The first spring harvest, the high mountain region and the powerful, charged raw materials from old trees form the special character of this Sheng Puer.

Jinguo Shan Mountain, also known as Yule Shan (攸乐), belongs to the group of 6 Famous Tea Mountains. Located near the city of Jinghong - the administrative center of Xishuangbanna County.


Fresh herbs, flower honey, dried fruits.


Soft, delicate, sweet, with notes of meadow herbs, flowers and juicy dried fruits. Without astringency and bitterness, refreshing, bright, with a pleasant aftertaste. Interesting already today, over time it will only gain depth of taste and balance.


Tones, quenches thirst, inspires, intoxicates.


Harvested - April 2023, pressed - May 2023, old trees of Jino Shan Mountain, Xishuangbanna County, Yunnan Province, China.


Pearl 7-9 gr.

How to brew

Warm the pot thoroughly before brewing, whether it is a gaiwan or a Yixing teapot. Use boiling water. Porcelain will enhance the aroma, clay will make the taste more rounded and pronounced. The straight-through method of preparing tea allows you to get several flavors from one brew. Infusion will save time and give one taste, but the most pronounced one. Cooking over an open fire will reveal the tea's potential to the fullest; the tea will be rich, rich and powerful.

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