.8.5 oz Bag of 50 Organic Pu Erh Tea Cakes Premium Assorted Chinese YunNan Pu Er. Brand New. $9.72. Buy It Now. … Yunnan Pu-erh Tea Cake Raw Tea Sheng Tea Natural Organic Health Puer Tea普洱茶 357g. … 2005 ZiYa Raw Puer Tea Jingmai Mountain Wild Purple Bud Pu-erh Tea Cake 357g. Brand New. $12.79. From China. Buy It Now.Featured Pu-erh Cakes Assortment Samples; Skip to the end of the images gallery. Search. … Fengqing Old Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake Tea 2013. Old Tree Puerh cake tea, also commonly called as Lao (old) Shu (tree) Pureh, is made from tea leaves of 300 to 800 year old Fengqing large-leaf tea trees. … or semi-cultivated old tea trees in wild areas, or …Golden Peafowl Arbor Tree King Puer Tea 2014 Yunnan Pu’er Puerh Raw Cake 357g. Yunnan Xiaguan Puer Raw Jinbang Series 8653 2015 CHI TSE BEENG CHA Pu-erh 357g. 2002 Cooked Cha Old Fossil Pu-erh Tea Nuggets Ancient Tree Yunnan Pu’er Tea Puer.Our tea masters know pu-erh tea and they clearly understand the making of pu-erh tea requires rather elaborate and complicated processes. 1、The tea leaves are hand-picked and carried with bamboo baskets-to make sure the tea leaves, buds are intact and not hurt in the course of carriage. 2、Inspection of fresh leaves.Yunnan Pu-erh Tea. Pu-erh Tea . The representative of Yunnan dark tea is Pu-erh tea cake. It is produced after a long period of artificial fermentation (in piles with controlled temperature and humidity) of loose Yunnan green tea (Yunnan sun-baked green crude tea).The highest-quality young raw pu’erh teas will usually be single origin gushu pu’erh (old trees) coming from various mountains in Yunnan. Different locations within Yunnan are also known for different flavor profiles. Menghai county is known for its stronger, bolder raw tea and its ripe pu’erh.Pu’er or pu-erh is a variety of fermented tea produced in the Yunnan province of China. Fermentation in the context of tea production involves microbial fermentation and oxidation of the tea leaves, after they have been dried and rolled. This process is a Chinese specialty and produces tea known as 黑茶 hēichá (literally, ‘black tea’) commonly translated as ‘dark tea’.Even though most Pu-erh teas are made from green tea, Pu-erh is typically classified as a black tea or in a category all its own due to the color and the fact that it has more oxidation time than most green teas. Pu-erh tea leaves are many times pressed into ‘cakes’ and wrapped in paper to help with storage and aging.label your tea so you know what you’ve got. Make sure it’s always in there. I’ll be transferring the loose tea into a simple brown paper bag, wrapping it up, and storing it. One thing I forgot to mention is that Puerh tea likes to be stored together, so keep the tea cakes together, quite tightly packed – again, not TOO MUCH air circulation.