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2008 Lao Ban Zhang Sheng Puerh Tea Cake King of Pu'erh 100g

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This tea came from the prestigious Lao Bang Zhang (老班章) village which lies at an altitude of 1600 meters, in Bu Lang Mountains, Meng Hai, Yunnan. Lao Ban Zhang village has a long history of producing Yunnan Da Ye (large leaves) puer tea and is widely regarded as the King of Puer tea. This tea was picked in the early spring of 2008 from the ancient trees, hand processed and hand pressed in a stone mold in the prestigious Chen Shen Hao factory. Chen Shen Hao factory (陈升号茶厂,shows at the back of the wrapper) is a major producer of the Lao Ban Zhang puer tea and well respected in the puerh tea industry. 

This tea has been aged for 8 years which has poised for great taste. It is full bodied, has an aroma of spiced apple and wildflowers, with a hint of melon, very smooth with a long lasting aftertaste. It has strong "Cha Qi" (茶气) that is indicative of the characteristics of Lao Ban Zhang puerh tea. 

Size: 100g


 The village of Lao Banzhang and the ancien trees, from the fresh leaves to sun dry the leaves.  

      

   

 

Origin:                     Lao Ban Zhang village, Meng Hai, Yunnan province, China

Harvest Time:         March 2008

Bush Varietal:         Yunnan Da Ye (large leaves)

Caffeine level:         Medium

Health Benefits:        Puer tea has great health benefits, especially in helping digestion and weight control. Puer tea has been used by many ethnic groups in China as a digestive aid for thousands of years. 

  • Helps digestion and weight control
  • Helps to reduce the effects of aging
  • Helps to reduce blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol
  • Helps to detox the body 

It has an aroma of spiced apple and wildflowers, with a hint of melon and a very smooth finish. 

200-205oF, 4g for 8 oz of spring/filtered water, 0.5-1 minute, 5-6 steepings. We advise against the use of tap water as well as purified water. 

It is recommended to use the Gongfu brewing method in order to get the most out of the tea. Please click here for Gongfu brewing instructions.