In China, pu–erh tea is known as black tea, while the black tea we are familiar with in the West and North America is known as red tea. Pu-erh tea is made from the leaves of the tea plant known by the botanical name Camellia sinensis.This tea is called bo nay or po lei in Cantonese and is frequently spelled as pu-er, puer, or pu’er tea.At present, our company has original tea suppliers in every famous tea production zone in China, such as Yunnan Menghai Kakoo Tea, Zhejiang Hangzhou Kakoo Tea and Taiwan Ali Mountain Kakoo Tea. Additionally, we have Japan Cherry Kakoo International Tea and Korea Kakoo International Tea department abroad.The Four Main Pu-erh Tea Production Areas of Yunnan China Yunnan Province in China has a rich past with tea, being the place where Pu-erh was first discovered and produced, as well as being famous for its deep and melodious Yunnan black teas.This iced pu-erh tea is perfect choice in summer days instead of traditional hot teas. Are you a tea lover? And have you tested the unique type pu-erh tea, which is considered as one of the most famous and popular dark tea in China. In my last trip to the Yunnan province where I really had a great …In China ,we have many original tea suppliers in every famous tea production zone , such as Yunnan Menghai Kakoo Tea, Zhejiang Hangzhou Kakoo Tea and Fujian Anxi Kakoo Tea,the tea garden is totally more than 1300 hectare. We take the most advanced technology of breeding tea to ensure 100% natural quality of each leaves.This ripe pu-erh cake comes from the representative pu-erh production area, Fengqing, in the southern part of the Dianxi Longitudinal Valley. Fenging is a county in the northwest of Lincang, one of the four famous pu-erh production areas (among Xishuangbanna, Pu’er, and Baoshan), and is one of the first birthplaces of tea in the entire world.According to this source, “Pu-erh tea ( also spelled Pu’er ) is a kind of healthy beverage, which not only has a long history of Chinese tea, but can help us reduce fat and lose weight. The cooked tea can keep the stomach fit and warm it, while the fresh tea has a better effect on weight loss than the cooked tea, on account of its strong taste.When it comes to Chinese tea, especially high-end pu-erh, taste is only the beginning. A tea’s qi hits you deeper than any flavor. It flows to your shoulders, your chest, your belly.