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Green Pu-Erh   (Bow Lay, Raw, Uncooked, Green Health TeaBlack Pu-Erh (Bow Lay, Cooked Tea) Available in green and black variants, either loose leaf  or cake.  Rich and smooth tasting reminiscent of plums, dates or chocolate.   Pu-Erh is aged  in cellars that are dry but cool  to further mellow and  add character to its taste.  They are priced like  vintage wine , with some considered to be quite rare and therefore, costs much more.  Pu-Erh Tea Cake Red Dayi 7262 Menghai Tea Factory, 2003 (Black/Shou)Pu-Erh Tea Brick, Wild Leaves, Ke Yi Xing, 1990s (Green/Sheng)

Pu-Erh Tuo Cha, Xiaguan Tuo, Xiaguan Tea Factory, 1990s (Green/Sheng)
Emperor Pu-Erh Loose Leaf Tea 2000 (Black)

Flavours of Pu-erh Tea 




I.    What is Pu-erh tea

 II.    Pu-erh’s Origins

III.    Production

 IV.    Types of Pu’erh and Brewing

  V.    Flavours of Pu-Erh Tea

 VI.    Pu-Erh Tea and  Its Many Health Benefits

VII.    Shaping  and Packaging Methods

VIII.   Storing Pu-Erh Tea

 IX.    Criteria For Choosing Pu-Erh Tea



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