Bu Lang Gu Shu Ancient Tree (Raw 2011)
About This Cake
"Gu Shu," meaning "ancient tree," is a unique category of tea in the pu erh family. This ancient tree tea cake is from the spring harvest of March 2011. All of our ancient trees are at least one hundred years old. The result is a mellow taste with very strong and lasting Cha Qi.
What makes this ancient tree tea cake even more distinctive is it's origin from the Bu Lang Region. The Bu Lang Mountain is located between Southern China and Cambodia. Legends say, the Bu Lang people are descendants from the ancient Bai Pu minorities, dating back to 1600 – 256 B.C. Generations of Bu Lang people live on this mountain, and they may possibly be the oldest group of tea farmers in the world.
The Bu Lang people are extremely dedicated to tea in both their physical and spiritual values. They have a temple dedicated to their Tea God with special carvings on their roof tops to resemble the pattern of tea leaves.
- Weight: 357 grams
- Diameter: 7.5 inches
- Brews: about 70 pots of tea
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