|A raw Pu-erh with around 40 years of aging, Gao Li Gong Shan 60s tea can be best described as an antique treasure. It was produced using tea leaves grown in Gao Li Gong Shan, located near the border of Yunnan and Vietnam. This Pu-erh tea won the Gold Medal Honor in Shanghai 2005 Tea King Competition. What made it more impressive was that Mr. Zhang Tian Fu, China’s renowned tea expert, was one of the judges in it.
60s Mount Gao Li Gong Pu-erh
Exceptionally smooth and mellow taste with woody hints. After taking a few sips, you will notice a sweet aftertaste waft up from the back of your throat. A lasting tea which is still great after more than ten infusions.
Large leaves with stems. The liquor is dark amber in color.
Gao Li Gong Shan, Yunnan Province
Raw / Green