Rose Pu-erh Mini Tuo cha comprises of fermented Pu-erh tea, mixed with the right amount of rose petals, separately compressed in small bowls and wrapped. The tea gives a very smooth and rich flavour. Our tea cake mixed with tiny rosebud lends an aromatic, soothing floral rose flavour and a sniff of aroma to the Pu-erh tea’s mellow earthy flavour.This is mostly a place to dump some of my thoughts on my favorite beverage. Of course, others are free to post as well and share the love. Let’s start with several rookie mistakes a lot of people make 1) Most teas do not do well with boiling water. a good rule of thumb is as follows black tea: 190F green teas Japanese sencha:Page 1 of 5 – Pu’erh (Puerh) Tea – posted in The Middle Kingdom – 中国: The green tea thread was very interesting but I wanted to put in a plug for my favorite type of tea from our new home province – Yunnan, Puerh tea. I find green tea rather bland personally and read about puerh before I was able to try it. As the article says it has a bold, earthy taste and a beautiful dark, reddish amber …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’.Imperial Tribute Pu-erh. Pay homage to the strength and honor of China’s late emperors with this regal pu-erh loose leaf tea. This savory infusion of slender pu-erh leaves will satisfy a craving for full-bodied flavor.1st Grade Menghai Loose Pu-erh Tea 50g 1.76 oz Ripe. … in a relatively high humidity environment has mellowed the elemental character of the tea when compared to young Pu-erh (aged less 1 year). The method of production is: The tealeaves are picked, rolled, withered in the hot sun, after which they are steamed. … Full fermented ripe tea …It comes in Green (raw) and Ripe (fermented) as well as Mix (green and ripe mixture) tea leaves. “Puer” tea which is originated from Yunnan province of China is now the most talk about tea in Asia. Whether it is ripe “puer” tea or green “puer” tea, tea drinker and investor are rushing for it.Your shopping cart is empty! Welcome visitor you can login or create an account.. Home Wish List (0) My Account Shopping Cart Checkout.com offers 254 mini tuocha products. such as free samples.Or Pu-erh may be mixed with a little Yinzhen to cut the “earthy” flavor and create a more subtle taste. Pu-erh is known for maintaining flavor through multiple infusions. Pu-erh tea is sold loose, or in pressed form named for the shape in which a block is molded. These include: Tuocha, Bingcha, Tuancha, Fangcha. Payment. We only accept PayPal.