Can someone please translate this label

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.


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Can someone please translate this label

by Jelopascua » Jan 10th, '17, 09:24


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Re: Can someone please translate this label

by onjinone » Jan 11th, '17, 21:00

The link appears to be broken.

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Re: Can someone please translate this label

by wyardley » Jan 27th, '17, 18:31

The big writing says Lao Banzhang (老班章), and that it's ancient tree tea (gu shu cha; 古树茶). Farther down in the small writing says that it's raw (sheng) pu'er.

A lot of tea is sold as old tree lao banzhang, so I would take that with a grain of salt.

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Re: Can someone please translate this label

by psycho12 » Mar 9th, '17, 08:16

Hi

永德县秀林普洱茶厂
Yongde County Show Lin Pu'er Tea factory
Made cheap puers

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