Collection: Bu Lang Mountain

Bu Lang Shan, located in Menghai County in Yunnan Province, is one of the most renowned tea mountains in China, particularly famous for its Puerh tea. This mountain region holds a significant place in the world of tea due to its ancient tea trees, unique terroir, and rich cultural heritage.

Geographical and Climatic Features

  • Location: Bu Lang Shan is situated in the southwestern part of Yunnan Province, in the greater Xishuangbanna region, known as the birthplace of tea.

  • Climate: The subtropical climate, with distinct wet and dry seasons, along with the mountainous terrain, creates an ideal environment for tea cultivation. The region's natural biodiversity also contributes to the unique characteristics of the teas.

Historical and Cultural Significance

  • Ancient Tea Trees: Home to "Gushu," ancient tea trees, some centuries old, Bu Lang Shan's teas are enriched by the deep-rooted minerals these trees absorb.

  • Ethnic Communities: Inhabited by various ethnic groups, including the Bulang people, the mountain's indigenous communities have long-standing tea cultivation and harvesting traditions.

Famous Tea Regions in Bu Lang Shan

  • Ban Zhang Village: Known for producing some of the most sought-after Puerh teas, characterized by their strong, robust flavors and long-lasting aftertaste.

  • Lao Ban Zhang: This area is renowned for its high-quality Puerh tea, which is often described as having a complex flavor profile with a pleasant bitterness that transitions to a sweet finish.

  • He Kai: Another notable area within Bu Lang Shan, He Kai's teas are appreciated for their aromatic and smooth qualities.

  • Lao Man Er: Famous for its bold and intense Puerh teas, Lao Man Er offers a distinctive experience with a pronounced bitterness that mellows with aging.

Tea Characteristics

  • Puerh Tea: The Puerh tea from Bu Lang Shan, especially from these regions, is known for its robust flavors, ranging from earthy and floral to fruity.

  • Processing Techniques: The traditional sun-drying of tea leaves contributes to the unique qualities of Bu Lang Shan Puerh, with a fermentation process that enhances its complexity over time.

Modern Tea Industry

  • Sustainable Practices: Emphasis on sustainable and organic farming practices ensures the preservation of the natural environment and high-quality tea production.

  • Global Recognition: Bu Lang Shan's teas, particularly from these famous regions, have garnered international acclaim for their distinct flavors and high quality.

Bu Lang Shan is more than a tea-producing area; it's a symbol of the intricate relationship between nature, culture, and the art of tea. The teas, especially the Puerh from its famous regions, are celebrated for their rich taste and the cultural history and craftsmanship they represent.

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