By visiting tea gardens, TeaVivre carefully select high quality Pu-erh Tea, including Raw Puerh, Ripe Puerh, Aged Puerh, Cake Tea, Tuocha, Brick Puerh etc. Different from most of other teas, Puerh teas are commonly aged to develop matured rich, mellow, smooth and complex taste. Well-known for helping weight loss health benefitNew spring Grade Phoenix single longitudinal tea,250g Oolong light Fragrance 100%natural reduce weight Chinese tea,green food … Laotongzhi Old Comrade 908 Batch 141 Ripe Pu erh Teas Cake 2014 Year Shu Puer Tea Chinese Cha Weight Loss 200g PC81 Aged puerh be … Yunnan Raw Puer Icelandic Old Tree Tea Chinese High Quality Sheng Pu-erh Brick …Pu’er or pu-erh is a variety of fermented tea produced in Yunnan province, China. We sell Puerh tea, the finest Sheng Pu’er tea (raw green tea) and Shu Pu’er (ripe black tea) made . We also sell other Oolong tea, Black Tea, Yunnan Green Teas, and China Tea.Pu-erh tea (普洱茶), also spelled as pu’er tea, is a variety of fermented tea produced in Yunnan province, China. Fermentation is a tea production style in which the tea leaves undergo microbial fermentation and oxidation after they are dried and rolled.For newcomers to the tea world, discovering the best way to brew puer tea can be a challenge. Especially when new tea drinkers often lack all of the equipment they see in tutorial articles and videos. However, even for regular tea drinkers, Puer tea brewing methods are often portrayed in an overly complicated light.Pu’er tea is widely sold, by itself or in blends, with unsubstantiated claims that it promotes loss of body weight in humans. Unlike pu’er, some Bianxiao brick tea has been found to contain very high levels of fluorine. This is because Bianxiao tea is generally made from lesser-quality older tea leaves and stems, which accumulate fluorine.We are based in the Seattle area and specialize in Puerh Tea, Gongfu Tea Accessories, Tea Tastings, Events, and Education. firstname.lastname@example.orgPu-erh tea (普洱茶), called bo nay (or po lei, or po lai) tea in Cantonese, and sometimes spelled Puer or Pu’er, is a type of dark tea, a tea that is usually aged. Although it can be consumed immediately after production, Pu-erh is often aged, in a process called post-fermentation. This process involves active bacteria and fungal cultures.