老班章 名山古树 2015生茶 普洱茶饼（357 g）
Lao Ban Zhang 2015 Pu'er Raw Tea Cake (357g)
Most Laobanzhang tea trees were planted in 1476, more than 500 years ago. Teas from old tea trees that are more than one thousand years old are extremely rare. The descendants of the Bulang people (who were descendants of the ancient Pu people) were the first people in the world to cultivate, produce and drink tea. The mountains are 1700 to 1900 meters above sea level. The valleys below the Ailao Mountain and the Wuliang Mountain are protected by the barrier effect in the north. Tiancheng’s mild climate is perfect for producing tea. It has “no severe cold in winter, not cool in summer, its four seasons are like spring” and it has “foggy winter and spring” weather. The original ecological vegetation diversity is well preserved, which is especially suitable for the growth of ancient tea trees.
From ancient times to the present, the villagers of Lao Banzhang have been using traditional ancient methods to maintain ancient tea trees. Fresh leaves are picked by hand, green tea is sun-dried, and all kinds of tea are pressed using the stone grinding method.