Name: GǔShù LǎoMàné
Year: 2013, autumn plucking
Weight: 250 grams
Country of origin: China, Yunnan province, Bulang mountain, Laomane
autumnal mood with clean and tasty dry sweetish endings, lighter LMN wild like bitterness (at least for myself) with nicely aged bitterish notes, plentiful wild honey notes, a very nice example of ageing autumnal pu-erh teas
this tea comes from the local Lao Mane buddhist monastery, made by the monks that I visit most of times I go to Bulang mountain
It's like tasting a carrot grown in your garden compared to a one bought in a supermarket. You know the taste, you will remember it and have it for your life.
Go back to your children time of your life and watch it. Get lost in the story. Don't think only watch. Then drink your favourite tea.