"Lao Cha Tou" is a cooked (shou) pu'erh and is translated from Chinese meaning 'Old Tea head'. It is a very famous pu'erh variety, also known as 'Dragon Lumps', or 'pu'erh rocks'. It has a pleasant bitterness, with a nutty and pronounced taste of dried fruit, a sweet soft flavor with hints of chocolate and a very long aftertaste. 1998 Year Lao Cha Tou Ripe Pu'erh produces a thick, heavy tea infusion, and is a wonderful pu'erh that we are proud to carry.
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