loose yunnan pu erh packed in pyramid teabag

This is one of TeaVivre’s puerh pyramid tea bag series, presented for easy, simple brewing. The leaves of the tea are of high quality Yunnan pu-erh teas. The finely translucent bags allow you to enjoy the shapes of the tea leaves stretching while they brew, and also allow the tea to easily seep into the water and bring out its rich mellow …Ripened Loose Pu-erh Pyramid Tea Bag. This Puerh teabag is made from pu-erh tea leaves from Yunnan and is perfect for people to enjoy natural taste of Chinese Pu-erh tea. Raw Loose Pu-erh Pyramid Tea Bag. This Puerh tea bag is suitable for everyday drink for raw puerh tea lover.Pyramid teabag made from loose leaf Puerh tea, which can make you more convenience of drinking tea. Rose Ripened Loose Pu-erh Tea Bag – Pyramid Teabag – Teavivre.com JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.Raw Loose Pu-erh Pyramid Tea is derived from large leaf tree plant grown in Yunnan, China. It has a bitter taste when compared with ripened Pu-erh tea. The liquid is bright yellow in color and have a strong fragrance which is believed to have medical functions of eliminating fat, reducing weight, strengthening body.Pu-erh tea is prepared according to an ancient tradition from Yunnan province in China, whereby the black tea is slow fermented and aged before being stored in tightly packed bricks or cakes. Pu-erh teas are usually drunk without milk, perhaps with the addition of a little lemon juice or honey.Bulk Tea Bags – Pyramid. Is it loose leaf tea? Is it a teabag? It’s both. The generous shape of these biodegradable bags allows us to pack full leaf, loose teas in an individual, easy-to-brew format. Unlike traditional 2 panel teabags, the pyramid allows the leaf to unfurl fully — known in Tea Tasting circles as “the agony of the leaf”.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’.Flavored Mandarin Pu-erh. Production of pu-erh can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907). The exotic offering was first written about in the ancient treatise, “Book on Barbarians” published by a government official after a visit to ancient Yunnan province.We have taken six unique flavor profiles and created a new premium range of pyramid style teabags. Ranging from spicy chai to fruity mango to crisp osthmansus green, each teabag variety is packed in a black rice paper pouch with zip top closure. Each pyramid-shaped nylon teabag ­contains a generic tag and is loaded with premium whole leaf teas.

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