We are proud to offer a Certified Organic Black Tea from Yunnan. This tea was grown in the area of Simao and was harvested in April. This Black Tea (1芽1叶红茶) is a Yunkang #10 varietal growing at and altitude 1300 meters (4300 feet) on the southern slope Ma Wei Mountain (just west of Pu’Er City). The processing is typPu’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’.AprTea Mall Authentic Chinese Yunan Pu erh Tea From China Tea Capital Anxi. Our offers different grades pu-erh tea.Pu-erh Tea use the broad-leaved sun drying tea in Yunnan based as raw material,divided into Pu-erh raw tea and Pu-erh cooked tea two types.Round tea is one of the traditional processing techniques of Yunnan Pu erh tea, which is packed with seven pieces of round cake-shaped autoclaved black tea, so it is also called “Qizibing tea” and “Qizibing tea” also known as national tea.Yunnan Dian Hong Gold. This outstanding Yunnan black tea selection is composed of handcrafted golden tips with a beautiful downy appearance. The russet-amber liquor is fragrant with hints of molasses. Layers of cocoa, spice and earth weave together to create a rich flavor that is complemented by a caramelized sugar sweetness.By visiting tea gardens, TeaVivre carefully select high quality Pu-erh Tea, including Raw Puerh, Ripe Puerh, Aged Puerh, Cake Tea, Tuocha, Brick Puerh etc. Pu-erh Tea – origin from Yunnan, Online shop for Puerh Tea Lovers – TeaVivre.comThe Jin Xuan cultivar yields spectacular aromas of East Asian wild rose and lychee fruit when processed into black tea. Yunnan Lily Black is grown in a biodiverse and exceptionally well-managed organic tea garden in Wa Shan, a lush mountainous region of southwestern Yunnan named after the Wa ethnic minority group who calls it home.The tea leaves used to make this dian hong black tea come from the Fenqging large-leaf subspecies of Yunnan large-leaf tea trees. The super-large-leaf and arbor qualities of the tree mean that it can grow to over six meters tall.Yunnan is the birthplace of tea. The big black leaves of Tippy Yunnan have a touch of gold, and it brews up medium-bodied and round. It has a good balance of sweet and earthy notes, with none of the smokiness that overpowers other Yunnans.