Pu-erh tea is made from Yunnan large-leaf varietal of Camellia Sinensis. It is typically processed into compressed cakes, bricks and tuos. Pu-erh is particularly special because it can be aged for decades or longer, always changing and (in most cases) developing more depth and texture. Raw Pu-erh (生茶) is the traditionaThis Puerh Cake Tea is good for Raw Puerh Tea lovers who prefer tougher and stronger raw puerh taste. Old Tree Puerh tastes tough for the initial sip; the bitterness quickly turns sweet and secreting saliva, with hint of rock sugar sweet tasteTeaVivre’s Jingmai Ancient Tree Raw Pu-erh Cake is selected from the ancient tea trees on the 1500 meters high mountain in Jingmai as material, and processed by the traditional methods. The tea was harvested in spring which coincides with the dry season in Yunnan.The secret of making Puerh tea has been closely guarded in China for centuries. C-PE119 Anonymous Highland Pu’er Tea Raw Tea 357g Pure Ancient Trees Pu’er Tea Yunnan Seven Sub-cake. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by horseback to the town to be processed.C-PE170 357g China Yunnan Raw Puer Tea Sheng Pu’er Gu Shu BingDao Old Tree Green Food. The secret of making Puerh tea has been closely guarded in China for centuries. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by horseback to the town to be processed.2012 CHINA YUNNAN Mengku Ancient Tree Raw Puer Pu-erh Tea cake 357g – $3.77. Store CategoriesStore Categorieselectric guitarAcousticAcoustic electricbassstringguitar …Yunnan Raw Puerh Cake – Huazhuliangzi Pu’er Raw Tea 2017 Spring Home / All Products / Yunnan Raw Puerh Cake – Huazhuliangzi Pu’er Raw Tea 2017 Spring. … .Old aging tea tree lives among wild forest, and Ferns adjoins the old tree. All the elements create the high quality of huazhuliangzi Puerh tea.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’.