Na Ka

Naka is a Lahu minority village in Mengsong, Menghai Tea Area. The ancient tea garden is above 1,600 meters above sea level, surrounded by forest and an excellent ecological environment. On December 28, 2012, Chen Sheng Tea Co., Ltd. signed a cooperation agreement with Naka Village for a period of 30 years.

The aroma and taste are alluring, exhibiting a noticeable peach-like flavour and strong sweetness in the later steeps. There is also a strong cup scent left behind in the early brews. The soup has an attractive pale-gold color in the cup. “Naka” is the sweetness representative of Pu’er tea. Be careful when steeping “Naka”, as over-steeping can turn this tea into a bitter beverage.

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