Naka Village is a Lahu minority village located in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan. Situated at an elevation of 1,600 meters above sea level and surrounded by forests, it boasts an excellent ecological environment for tea cultivation. Xishuangbanna was once an ancient kingdom of the Dai ethnic group, and Naka tea was renowned for its premium quality, which led to its use as tribute to the Dai king. In recent years, Naka tea has gained popularity in the market and is referred to as the "Little Ban Zhang" tea, a testament to its exceptional quality and reputation. Chen Sheng Tea Co., Ltd. signed a 30-year cooperation agreement with Naka Village on December 28, 2012.
Made with Pure and Single Region Material
Chen Sheng Hao has established a tea-producing base in Naka Village to purchase fresh tea leaves from local tea farmers, and control product quality from the source. Since 2013, Chen Sheng Hao’s Naka has been in production for seven years, and it has been made with pure and single-region materials.
Representative Sweet Taste
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.
Green Food & Organic
“Naka” has passed the China Green Food Certification and Organic Product Certification. "Naka" uses pure base materials as raw materials and is produced in strict accordance with the national organic product production system. It is a green, healthy, and ecological organic product.
For raw Pu-erh, it is recommended to use 5-7g per brew;
For ripe tea, it is recommended to use 7-10g per brew.
The tea should be steeped for 5 seconds after pouring water, without being overstepped to avoid bitterness.
The brewing time can be extended by 5-10 seconds.
Over 12 Infusions
The brewing time can be extended by 10-30 seconds.
* Mastering the steeping time according to your own taste, Da Shu Cha (Large-leaf arbor tree tea) can be brewed 15-20 times or more.
Raw Pu'er (Sheng Pu'er)
|Quantity & Shape
1 Tea Brick
Age of Tea Trees
|> 200 years
Na Ka, Yunnan Province, China
Menghai Chensheng Tea Industry Co., Ltd.
|Every 7g tea leaves served with 120ml water
|203°F ~ 212°F (95°C ~ 100°C)