Mini Pu erh tuocha. Pu erh tea is an important part of the Yunnan culture. For a beginning pu erh tea explorer there is definitely a long way to go in order to fully appreciate the complexity of this type of tea. Sip and feel its richness in taste that evolves after each steep and imagine the history that is within this tea.Pu er, puer or pu erh tea has long been known as a healthy tea. Puerh tea can be divided into 2 categories, the raw (sheng) or green pu erh and ripened (shou) or cooked black pu erh. Puer tea leaves are harvested from the large leaf tea shrubs in southern Yunnan in China.Tea Milk Oolong Tea Pu-erh Tea Assorted Tea Green Tea Black Tea White Tea Flower Tea Herbal Tea Powder Tea Oolong Tea Matcha Tea Dahongpao Tea Lapsang Souchong Tea Ginseng Tea Tieguanyin Tea Dianhong Tea Jasmine Tea Biluochun Tea Longjing Tea Maofeng Tea Jinjunmei Tea Buckwheat tea Gift Tea Coffee Food Tea SetHunan Health Fermented Raw Puer Tea Compressed Yunnan PU-Erh Tea Cute Tuocha … Green Tea , Green Gunpowder , Dark Tea Mgmt. Certification: ISO 9001: 2015 Certificate …Chinese MengHai Oldest Cooked tuocha Puer tea with gift box 5-7g/piece total 15 pieces China Ripe pu er Tea Puerh Pu’er pu erh US $11.30 / piece US $23.54 52% offYour tea is gaining life and the benefits of Pu Erh tea are almost ready for you to absorb. Now, stir and pour the tea into the tea cups. You may brew Pu Erh tea 2-4 times, reusing the same now loose tea leaves, but make sure you increase the steeping time in each infusion, otherwise your tea will be weaker with each brew.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’.You can also choose from bag, gift packing, and bulk. As well as from qs, fda, and iso. There are 1,832 tea pu-erh suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of tea pu-erh respectively. Tea pu-erh products are most popular in United States, Australia, and Canada.Pu-erh comes from the plant called Camellia Sinensis, the same plant where green, oolong, and black tea (the Western black tea, not the Chinese black tea) comes from. It begins as a raw product called “Mao Cha” or “rough tea”, or is pressed into different shapes and sold as “Sheng Cha” or “raw tea”.