Tasting Notes: Wonderfully deep, rich, and earthy. Our organic black pu’erh leaves infuse strong for 3-4 infusions. Recently entering the international market with a most unique style and flavor, pu-erh tea is now revered by tea lovers from around the world.We sell the finest Organic Sheng Pu’er tea (raw green tea) and Shu Pu’er (ripened black tea) made from sun-dried Shaiqing Mao Cha Green Tea. Pu’er tea has a unique bold and earthy character, and we offer various grades of both sheng and shu pu’er types, all of which are tailor-made for us.Pu-erh tea is quite a unique kind among all Chinese teas for its distinct processing method. Made from a broadleaf variety of the tea grown in Yunnan, it is initially processed like a green tea.Pu-erh tea is a unique type of fermented tea produced in certain parts of China and provides a range of health benefits for those who regularly consume it. There are a number of types of pu-erh tea, including both raw and ripe varieties. The raw type is typically sun-dried and compressed and is the …Full Leaf Tea Company has a large selection of USDA Certified Organic matcha, loose leaf black, green, white, oolong, rooibos and herbal teas and blends. What is Organic Tea? Our organic teas are certified USDA Organic and have been grown without the use of fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.We infused the unique Puerh tea with organic eleuthero root, a member of the ginseng family that’s been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. To cut the pungency and astringency of this ancient root, we blended in the subtle, spicy flavor of fennel, and sweet and tart notes of orange, black currant and roasted cocoa.If you are a tea drinker, you may be asking the same question as myself: “Green tea, oolong tea and pu-erh tea, which one is the healthiest?”To answer this question, we have to understand a little about chemical composition, as different types of pu-erh tea can have different chemical profile.Shou translates to “cooking” in Chinese, and refers to the process of expediting fermentation with added heat and moisture. In this way, Shou Pu-erh is categorized as a black tea, whereas Sheng Pu-erh is a green because of its raw, uncooked nature. This is why we call it “Pu-erh Black.” Ingredients:While not from Pu-erh, this Organic Japan Pu-erh Tea boasts one of the most innovative tea production techniques on the market, borrowing manufacturing methods from both pu-erh production and Japanese sake brewing. It begins with unoxidized green tea that is fermented using traditional sake kuro-koji bacteria.