2008 American Hao 0801 Mansa Green Pu-erh Tea Cake 200g

$19.99

2008 American Hao 0801 Mansa Green Pu-erh Tea Cake 200g 

The first of its series, this cake is made by using Spring arbor materials from Mansa, northeast of Yiwu area. We called it 'Mansa Yuan Ye Xiang' It means 'Original Aroma from Wild Mansa'.

Mansa is one of ancient (original) six famous tea mountains, located within the boundaries of Manla county. Mansa was renamed as Manla nowadays, because of being rich in the tea production. In local Dai minority's language, 'Man' means village, while 'La' means tea. So Manla really means a tea village.

The elevation of Mansa is between 750-1958 meters, with the tropical rainforest climate, the annual mean temperature 17.2 degrees Celsius, the annual rainfall 1600 millimeters. The soil at this tea-growing region is fertile and deep, the pH value between 5-5.5. At present Manla has 42 natural villages, 1356 households, the total population is 6571 people, including the Chinese (Han), Yi, Yao, Dai, Wa, and Hani minorities to live together, the total area of ancient tea garden is 5000 Chinese acres with an annual production of 4.5 - 5 tons high quality tea.

  • Pu-erh Tea Cake 200g
  • Vintage 2008
  • Premium class
  • Raw/Green/unfermented
  • Loose tea leaves
  • Very limited production
  • Maocha harvested on April 20, 2008
  • Cake compressed during Aug. 8 - Aug. 12, 2008
  • PuerhShop Exclusive

American Hao Pu-erh Tea

Drinking an American Hao is every tea enthusiast's envy for joy

Notes on Aug. 20th, 2012 - After placing it in Indianapolis for 4 years, now it took a facelift, as we used to put it: It pays to hold on to it for a few years. It tasted like an great Yiwu and the broth became much thick.

Please check the photos taken on Aug. 20th. 2012 as follows.

American Hao Pu-erh Tea

American Hao Pu-erh Tea


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  • Model: American Hao 0801 - 1032 200g
  • Shipping Weight: 0.5lbs
  • 81 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Yiwu Cheshun Hao Tea Factory


This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 August, 2008.

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