A small-size ripe pu-erh cake tea (Lao ban zhang). Only 100g, easy to carry. Laobanzhang Village is located in Bulangshan Town, Menghai County. It is the holy land in the hearts of many Pu-erh tea customers. The unique natural environment makes its strong quality.
Appearance: Clear, stout, tight, and full, rich in inner quality.
Color: Reddish-brown moist, gold hair exposed.
Soup color: Red thick transparent, oily soup, clean and clear.
Aroma: clean and pure, high and long-lasting, aged fragrant.
Taste: Rich and mellow, delicate and smooth, firm and soft.
Leaf residue: thick, soft, and vigorous.
Weight: Only 100g, easy to carry.
|Original||Banzhang village, Brown Mountain in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province.|
|Type||Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake|
|Caffeine Level||Very Low; <1~2mg/100ml soup (1/10 of Green Tea)|
|Steeping Temperature||90-100°C ( 194-212°F )|
|Steeping Time||1st Rinse – 15s (wash tea, no drinking)
2nd/3rd Rinse – 5~10s
4th/5th/6th Rinse – 10~15s
|Ratio (Leaves: Water)||About 1:30~1:40
5~6g leaves for 150~180ml water in Gai Wan/Yingxing Teapot
|Teapot Recommendation||Yixing Zisha Teapot or 200~250ml Gai Wan / Glass Teapot.|
|Expired Date||No Expired date. Long-term in Storage condition.|
Recommend using a Puer Cake Box for storage after each drink.
Relative humidity: below 50%.