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2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea

2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea
2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea 2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea 2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea 2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea 2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea 2006yr "Bangwai "500yrs Ancient Tea Tree  puer tea cooked Pu-erh Tea Brick Tea Golden buds Pu'er tea
Brand: Pu-erh Tea
Product Code: 500g
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Name: "Bangwai "Ancient Tea Tree Golden buds Pu'er tea

Raw Material: 500yrs Ancient MingQian "Bangwei 500yrs Ancient Tea Tree

Craft: Cooked tea

Net Weight: 500 grams

Production license:QS5301 1401 0690

Product standard number:GB/T22111-2008

Production: Yunnan Caicheng Tea Factory

Shelf Life: long-term, the longer, the better.

Very beautiful, delicious, suitable for collection

Old Growth Tea Forests:

Old Growth Tea Forests are self-sustaining, biodiverse ecosystem untouched by clear-cutting or mono-agriculture. Centuries old tea trees grow side by side with other indigenous trees and plants in a dense, subtropical mountain forest environment. There are few such tea forests remaining in the world and most are found in Yunnan, primarily in Xishuangbanna and parts of Simao and Lincang prefectures. 
 
Bangwei Tea Forest
 
The Bangwei Mountain tea forest contains many old tea trees, some stretching as far back as 1,700 years in age. It is part of the Lahu Mountain Range in the southwestern corner of Simao. 
 
Local Ethnic Minorities
 
There are many communities and villages around the mountain consisting mainly of Han and Lahu families who have been working with tea for generations. The lives of the Lahu are inextricably tied to the forests of this region, which they believe to be the dwelling place of their deity Exia.
 

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