Pu'erh tea
Pu erh tea
Brewed Puerh tea
Puerh tea
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Brewed pu'erh
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Considered the “Caviar of the tea world”, a tea of worldwide historic interest and value. Pu’Erh tea is a post-fermented dark tea named after its origin city of Pu‘er (普洱) in Yunnan (云南) province of China, the world’s oldest tea region.

This Pu-erh is a delightfully aged tea that boasts a rich flavour and an intricate drinking experience. It exhibits a smooth and earthy taste with mild overtones ranging from plum to dark chocolate. The tea imparts a lovely amber and a mesmerising deep lingering flavour.

It's a must-try for those who have long been fascinated and intrigued by mysterious Chinese teas. Its mellow body and smooth finish will also make a perfect transitional tea for cutting out milk or sugar.


Tasting Details

Flavour: Reminiscent of dark chocolate in winter, a smooth nutty mouth feel, depth of complexity to the tastebuds
Aroma: A pronounced earthy woodland scent with a plum fruit musky note
Infusion Colour: A clean, deep amber 



Caffeine Level: Very low
Antioxidant Level: High
Production process: Slowly and highly oxidised, microbial fermentation processes under controlled conditions, handcrafted
Leaf Appearance: Reddish-brown dark compressed leaves
OriginGrown from mountainous terrain that dominates the area, with elevations ranging from 376m to 3,306m in from Yunnan(云南) province, China.
Storage: Store in cool, dry place, away from sunlight. Re-seal packaging between use. The longer it stored/ages, the better aroma & taste it will become.



How to Brew

  • Use 1 teaspoon of leaves (roughly 3g) for each person you are brewing tea for.
  • Boiling water is best for infusing Pu'Erh, around 95-100 degrees is perfect
  • Steep for 3-5 minutes according to taste.
  • Reuse the leaves a further 3 times, by simply adding more hot water.