Pu-Erh Tea is a famous and popular beverage in Canton province and Southwestern China. It is a post-fermented tea. When brewed Pu-Erh tea has a dark reddish color with a strong, full and earthy taste. Water at boiling point should be used for steeping. Here you find Pu-Erh tea and tea blends in tea bags and loose Pu-Erh tea in a variety of grades.Ten Ren’s 3rd Grade Pu-Erh Tea comes from Yunnan, China, a region known for producing excellent Pu-Erh tea. Tea brewed from Ten Ren’s 3rd Grade Pu-Erh has a light orangish brown color. The aroma is a faint earthy scent with roasted and sweet undertones. The tea has a mild roasted and sweet earthy taste.Pu-Erh Tea Bags; Ti Kuan Yin Tea Bags; White Tea Bag; Traditional Asian Tea Bag Collection; … Ten Ren’s King’s Green Ginseng Oolong Third Grade consists mainly of high quality oolong harvested during the premium seasons, spring and winter, and from the best area to grow oolong, the mountains of central Taiwan. … a traditional Chinese Yixing …Yunnan Black Tea 1st Grade; Loose Teas. Oolong (Wu-Long) Tea; Jasmine Tea; Black Tea; Green Tea; Pouchong Tea; Pu-Erh Tea; Ti Kuan Yin Tea; White Tea; King’s Tea; Organic Teas; Herbal and Blended Teas; Flavored Teas; Tea Bags. Black Tea Bags; Green Tea Bags & Powders; Jasmine Tea Bags; Oolong Tea Bags; Pouchong Tea Bags; Pu-Erh Tea Bags; Ti …Yushang gongpin (tribute) cooked tea select yunnan big leaf as its raw material. It is also bulang camellia.Yep, it’s pu-erh, and yep … it’s making me happy! Each of the samples was wrapped in rice paper (I love rice paper) and it was like a little gift inside each rice paper bundle! Menghai Shou Third Grade (2008) I’m really enjoying this Menghai Shou Pu-erh Third Grade (2008) from Wymm Tea.“Here are some of the latest deals on loose leaf green tea.” This palace-grade pu-erh tea comes from Lincang, one of the four famous pu-erh production areas. Lincang, near the Lancang River and close to the Tropic of Cancer, has a subtropical climate and is the hometown of the Mengku large-leaf tea tree species. Origin: …The raw material of this 100g ripe pu-erh tea cake is blended with 3rd to 5th grade raw material that followed a very popular traditional recipe of Pu-erh Weizhi Tea Factory. It is a simple piece, no fancy backgrounds. But it follows the classic recipe and well expressed a typical, well fermented ripe pu-erh tea. Learn MorePu’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’.