This is Te Ji grade leaf which is slightly larger than Gong ting grade (the smallest leaf grade). The tea is the result of a wet pile batch done in Menghai with Menghai area tea leves. It's a tippy grade Te Ji and the taste is creamy, smooth, but with a thick heavy bite that sticks around in the mouth. This is the classic Menghai taste here. Medium level of fermentation preserved the original taste. The tell-tale taste and feel of sheng pu-erh can still be found here, but at the same time there is something smooth and comforting in this tea.
2014 batch (2014 Spring tea leaves, 2014 summer wet piling)
This tea has been tested in a certified laboratory and has passed the MRL limits for pesticide residues as established by the EU Food and Safety commission. For more information about MRL testing and the EU Food and Safety commission click on this link.