Pu-erh tea is made from Yunnan large-leaf varietal of Camellia Sinensis. It is typically processed into compressed cakes, bricks and tuos. Pu-erh is particularly special because it can be aged for decades or longer, always changing and (in most cases) developing more depth and texture. Raw Pu-erh (生茶) is the traditionaC-PE170 357g China Yunnan Raw Puer Tea Sheng Pu’er Gu Shu BingDao Old Tree Green Food. The secret of making Puerh tea has been closely guarded in China for centuries. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by horseback to the town to be processed.Yunnan Sourcing Brand Raw Pu-erh Teas are purely a labor of love for me. I love visiting the villages throughout Yunnan and trying the teas from the different areas. The incredible cultural and geographic diversity that Yunnan has is represented in the taste and aromas in these wonderful Pu-erh teas. Our selection pr2012 Mengku Bingdao Guyun Ripe Pu-erh Tea Brick . The pesticide testing has been conducted on this tea, and the tea passed the test against multiple chemicals with flying colors. This ripe Pu-erh tea was made by using pure Mengku raw materials, no off taste, rich enough tasting profile is the key for a long term storage and enjoyment.A gu shu pu erh from Man Zhuan Shan, one of the six famous tea mountains in Yunnan. It’s a rare, large leaf pu erh consisting of leaves from old trees. An exceptional raw pu erh tea that’s hard to find, even in China.Ripe Pu-erh Tea usually needs to be rinsed two times because it has a piling process. Raw Pu-erh Tea only to be rinsed one time. After that, you can discard the water which is not for drink. Now it’s time to brew the Pu-erh Tea. Pour boiling water full of the teapot and then brush away the bubbles floating in the water with the lid of the teapot.If you’re even moderately into puerh tea at all you will eventually come across the term ‘gushu’ (古树). What does it mean? The term is a simple Chinese word meaning “ancient tree”; gu (古) means ancient, and shu (树) means tree. [ ‘shu’ in this case is not the same word as is used for shu/shou/ripe puerh. the sound is simTry before you buy a whole cake or brick. These are the raw pu-erh teas which have a sample available for purchase!Raw PuErh (Sheng) is always an energetic tea with a fairly high dose of caffeine, but when that tea is a Gushu, the feeling is deeper in the body with that physical tingle in the mouth spreading to the roots of the hair, down the spine and into the legs – it is an all body feeling.LanCang Gu Cha inc. As there might be people who overlook the health benefits and culture that traditional eastern teas have to offer we are founded upon the vision to teach such traditions and enlighten the experience of Gong Fu Cha in the western world.