Let us help you find a new tea you’ll love with our tea quiz. Start Quiz. Shop Tea HOLIDAY SAVINGS Menu Toggle. … Home / Tea / Puerh Teas / Vanilla Rose Dark Tea (Pu’erh) Hearts. Vanilla Rose Dark Tea (Pu’erh) Hearts $ 7.00. … the tea was originally pressed into cakes by tea merchants to help the tea survive long journeys.Pu-er or Pu’erh tea has become a household name in weight loss and cholesterol control ever since the ubiquitous Dr. Oz named it as one of THE best teas for weight loss. Ever.. Whether this is true or not, one thing we all agree with is how awesome Pu-erh is. Seriously, there’s nothing like a good cup of this awesome dark drink with which to start the morning!Our Red Horse mini cake is made entirely from Gongting grade ripe pu-erh tea from Yong De county tea leaves. 2013 harvested tea leaves were fermented in early 2014 and then finally pressed into these lovely 100 gram mini cakes at the very end of 2014. Yong De ripe tea is strong in taste and aroma with kind of camphorThis category can also be called herbal infusions, or tisanes. Technically only the camellia sinensis is truly “tea”, however for sake of ease we now use the term “tea” to imply all herbal infusions and tisanes. There is a deep and rich history of blending teas with flowers, herbs, and spices. For some it is the art ofThe Menghai Tea Factory is one of the 4 major producers of pu erh tea in Yunnan, China. The factory is based in Xishuangbanna and most of its products are sold under the Dayi (or ‘Taetea’) label. Several of Dayi’s pu erh series return yearly including the popular 7542, 7572, 8582 and V93.Available both loose leaf and in pressed 100g cake, this new 2019 tea is picked from the early spring buds of the Camellia Crassicolumna (厚轴茶) tree, a close relative of tea native to Qianjiazhai. Crassicolumna is naturally caffeine-free and rich in antioxidants.Pu-erh is a tea produced in Yunnan, China by microbial fermentation of fresh Camellia sinensis leaves by two processes, the traditional raw fermentation and the faster, ripened fermentation. We characterized fungal and bacterial communities in leaves and both Pu-erhs by high-throughput, rDNA-amplicon sequencing and we characterized the profile of bioactive extrolite mycotoxins in Pu-erh teas …Pu-erh Tea Pu-erh tea or Pu-er, pronounced “poo-erh,” takes its name from a town in the Yunnan Province of China. Like wine, it improves with age; some pu-erhs are still drinkable after 50 years! Also known as weight loss teas in traditional societies, the health benefits of Pu-erh Tea are helping this aged tea gain popularity in the West.