This puer is from the southern border of China, from high on Pasha Mountain. It was harvested in March of 2020. This first flush tea is less oxidized and tippier than most pu-erhs. And the producers have kept the leaves loose, rather than compressing them. Being a raw or sheng puer, it retains the fresh flavors yet has the taste altered by the puer process. This makes for a distinctive Puer.