2021 KingTeaMall Spring "Meng Ku Da Shu" (Mengku Big Tree) Loose Leaf Puerh Raw Tea Sheng Cha
2021 KingTeaMall Spring "Meng Ku Da Shu" (Mengku Big Tree) Loose Leaf Puerh Raw Tea Sheng Cha

2021 KingTeaMall Spring "Meng Ku Da Shu" (Mengku Big Tree) Loose Leaf Puerh Raw Tea Sheng Cha

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Provenance and Age of Tea Trees:

• Sourced directly from esteemed tea farmers in the Mengku region, our tea is harvested from trees that are over a century old. These venerable trees imbue the leaves with a depth and complexity that only age can bestow.

Physical Characteristics of Tea Leaves:

• The tea is distinguished by its strong, tightly woven threads, which include young leaves and buds. A notable feature is the presence of fine silver hairs on these buds, a signifier of high-quality tea.

Aroma and Fragrance:

• Upon brewing, the tea releases an aromatic profile that is richly floral, captivating the senses and promising a refined tasting experience.

Liquor Quality and Taste:

• The tea liquor stands out with its clarity and luminosity, a testament to its purity. Upon tasting, one is greeted with a thick, sweet flavor profile that is both delightful and memorable.
• The taste of this tea is varied and lingers long in the mouth, leaving a lasting impression of its multifaceted flavor.


• This tea comes highly recommended for daily consumption. Its quality and taste profile make it a perfect choice for both connoisseurs and those new to the world of premium teas, offering a consistently enjoyable drinking experience.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Very friendly and top notch customer service, very happy with this seller!

Great Daily Drinker

Love to put this in tea pot again and again. Confess, I have an affinity for loose

Keeps the promise

+light ChaQi

-Broken up Sample

Aron Feher
2021 KingTeaMall Spring "Meng Ku Da Shu"

The tea leaves in the hot cup smelled like honey, musk melon, and pears.
After a quick rinse, it smelled like steamed Brussels sprouts, pear compote and durian. The texture of the tea soup was between medium and thick, brothy.
It tasted like camphor, tamarind, and liquorice brew.
The tea felt strong but not astringent. It had a pleasant, juicy aftertaste with minty coolness.

I was kind of confused with this one. I could not determine if this wanted to be a brothy green tea with some sweet and funky note or some sweet pu-erh with too much greenness.