This Pu-Erh is from the southern border of China, high on Pasha Mountain. It was harvested in March of 2023. 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 Pu-Erh, it retains the fresh flavors yet has the taste altered by the Pu-Erh process. This makes for a distinctive tea.
Ingredients: Black tea.