Fermented Chinese tea, artistically stone compressed into “mini drops” or “cakes”. Similar to a fine wine, its earthy flavor and medicinally properties become richer with age. Pu-erh tea can be re-steeped multiple times during the day. Refill water before finishing each cup. Use Chinese clay tea pot or Gaiwuan to enjoy this tea in an ancient way.
What is Chinese Pu-erh tea
classic, compressed style of Pu-erh tea has a rich history stretching back
centuries, when tea artisans in southwestern China and Southeast Asia produced
Pu-erh teas that were pressed into bricks, cakes and tuo cha shapes durable
enough for transport. This tea was traded by mule caravan across the
"Ancient Tea & Horse Routes" ( 茶马古道)
to Tibet and
Mongolia, where it became integral to local food cultures as an after-meal
digestive and wellness tea.
tea became a household staple used as a form of currency to trade for horses
tea has an ancient past originating in Yunnan, China millennia ago. This rare,
rich tasting tea is treasured as a healthful, energizing tonic. Its deep,
smooth flavor is created through an artisanal pile fermentation process that
transforms sun-dried green tea into ripened, full-bodied Pu-erh tea.
Pu-erh tasting Notes - Mellow and smooth
with a pleasantly sweet, earthy flavor. Traditional style Pu-erh with a robust,
soothing flavor and sweet notes of dark mocha