Halfway Ancient Village (Ban Po Ancient Village) is located in Nan Nuo Mountain,the elevation is 1900 meter.All tea trees was planted in the forest thousand years ago by Bulang Minority,but Aini people move to Nan Nuo Mountain and take over all tea trees after Bulang people immigrated to Bulang Mountain or other places.
The environment of Nan Nuo Mountain is excellent.In the morning,tea trees are able to absorb moisture from fog.In afternoon,the shadow of symbiotic trees will cover tea trees,so that the tea leaf will not too dry to grow.
The organic tea leaf was picked in spring every year,Aini people make Rough Tea (Maocha) at their home or workshop,and sell the rough tea to distributors,individuals or factories.Few of local minority will make rough tea in cakes or bricks and aged with time.
This raw Puer tea was produced by Che Jie who was titled “The King of Puer Tea”.The Rough Tea (Maocha) from his tea plantation in Nan Nuo Mountain,which is one of six famous Puer Tea Origin.
We recommend using purple clay or porcelain tea ware.Use about 5 to 10 grams of tea leaves for every 200ml of water. Steep tea leaves in hot water at 100°c (212°F) for 10 seconds for the 1st.Rinse tea cup and teapot with the 1st steeping.Steep tea leaves in hot water at 100°c (212°F) for 30 to 60 seconds when brewed more than 3rd brewing. Gradually increase steeping time for subsequent brewing.
In 2017,Che Jie established the brand Che Jie Hao (Hao means brand in the past),and designed the cover of tea as “Tea – The Story of A Leaf”,which has same name as the CCTV Documentary.He also has a dream that let more people to apperceive the perfection in their imperfect life when drinking Pu’er Tea. Read More…