Pu-erh, known in old Chinese as “black tea”, is tea that is actually fermented. The particularly large leaves can be either oxidized (“cooked”) or nonoxidized (“raw”). Pu-erh can be loose-leaf or compressed into the traditional round cakes (known as bing cha).. The leaves can also be infused several times.Pu Erh Tea is from Yunnan, one of the most diverse provinces in China with lots of minority tribes. And, Pu-Erh Tea is a full-bodied aged tea that undergoes post fermentation process. TenFu Cooked Pu-Erh has bold and earthy aroma, with fragrance of a rich, fresh forest soil. Deep burnt-umber amber liquor color. It has loose tea form and portion control brick design for one serving per brick.Buy Pu Erh tea cakes. Luxury aged, organic Pu-erh teas. Best Pu-erh tea from China, Japan, Nepal and around the world. Tealyra. Collection #345.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.For making this tea, the leaves are pan-fried, rolled, dried, and then pressed into loose pu-erh (also known as Saiqing raw tea), after which they are steamed, shaped, and sun-dried again, which results in the end product of the cake. Different from the new-made Pu-erh tea that has strong and bitter taste, the raw Pu-erh tea will be aged slowly …Pu-erh tea was produced from the southwest in china, Yunnan Province is especially known by people. Pu-erh tea not only has special old smells and color, but also its hairdressing and beauty your face, loosing the weight, nourishing the stomach and reduced-fat let more and more people fall in love with it.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’.Sheng pu erh tea. To make it even more complicated, the leaves of the Jinggu white leaf cultivar is also used these days to produce Sheng puerh. The result is that appearance is very similar to the white tea version. Yet it is a raw pu erh. Also these teas are called Yue Guang Bai (Moonlight White).Pu-erh tea can be purchased as loose leaf tea or in solid forms such as bricks, cakes and balls. If your pu-erh tea is the loose leaf variety, simply prepare as you would any other loose leaf tea. If your pu-erh tea comes in a brick, cake or ball, break off small amounts depending on how many cups you are making.