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.This tea sachet holds about 5g aged ripe(cooked) pu-erh tea..com offers 735 organic pu er tea products. About 59% of these are slimming tea, 3% are black tea, and 2% are flavor tea. A wide variety of organic pu er tea options are available to you, such as bulk, can (tinned), and bag.This robust ripe Chinese pu’erh was harvested from semi-wild Arbor trees in Menghai in 1991, and dry stored in China’s state owned tea factory in Kunming under specialized care. 20-year-old 1990s Rare Wild Arbor Ripe Pu’erh is mellow and smooth, with flavors of dark bourbon and a honey like sweetness.China Pu-Erh Tea manufacturers – Select 2019 high quality Pu-Erh Tea products in best price from certified Chinese Fruit Tea manufacturers, Stainless Steel Tea suppliers, wholesalers and factory on Made-in-China.com, page 7Pu’er, Pu-erh, Puer, Puerh also Po Lei or Bolay is a variety of post-fermented tea original produced in Yunnan province, China. Post-fermentation is a Chinese tea production style in which the tea leaves undergo a microbial fermentation process after they are dried and rolled to produce dark tea.This reserve pu’er tea is released only when it is ready. A deep garnet infusion with a dense, opaque liquor bears a mellow sweetness that drinks remarkably smooth with a rich earth body. There are two types of Pu’er tea: Sheng (raw, green) and Shu (ripe, dark). Both originate from a rustic sun-dried green tea called Shaiqing..com offers 1,632 organic puer raw products. About 74% of these are pu’er tea, 63% are slimming tea. A wide variety of organic puer raw options are available to you, such as bag, bulk, and sachet.Ripe or cooked pu-erh (shu, shou pu’erh in Chinese), refers to an artificially aged version of pu-erh tea that a fermentation process called wòdūi (渥堆, “wet piling” in English) is developed prior to steam and compress the loose pu-erh tea leaves into pu-erh tea cakes, bricks or other shapes.