Pu-erh Tea Sample Pack
Pu-erh is considered the “champagne of the tea world”. Originating in Yunnan, China, Pu-erh tea has an ancient history of more than 2,000 years. There are two distinctive types of Pu-erh: Raw Pu-erh and Ripe Pu-erh (or, as they called in China, Sheng and Shou). After fermentation and roasting, pu-erh tea is aged, often for many years, resulting in its dark color and bold, mellow flavor.
Being fully oxidized, pu-erh tea has significant health benefits, especially for weight loss. Pu-erh is regarded as a slimming and naturally safe dieter's tea throughout southeast Asia, where it is a fundamental part of the food culture.
Pu-erh is a real energy booster and is the best substitute for coffee. Try our Raw and Ripe Pu-erhs to determine which ones suits your taste the most.
What's in the Discovery Collection:
1: Chun Jian Fengqing Gushu Raw Pu-erh Tea Cake, 2012 (12g)
Sharp and fruity with a long-lasting sweet aftertaste
2: "Golden Buds" Menghai County Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake, 2009 (12g)
Soft and smooth, with sweet notes and aged tea's fragrance.
3: Fengqing Raw Pu-erh Tea Brick, 2005 (12g)
Woody, sweet, honey taste with strong notes of dried fruits
4: "Golden Buds" Fengqing Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cake, 2013 (12g)
Smooth and mildly earthy pu-erh with aged woody scent and sweet aftertaste
5: Liu Bao Hei Cha (Guangxi Pu-erh Tea), 2015 (12g)
Thick, mellow and sweet taste with fragrance notes of red dates, earth and tobacco
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5 Types of Tea Sample Pack
There are 5 main types of tea: White, Green, Blue-green (Oolong), Black (Red) and Pu-erh. Try one of each to determine which type of tea suits your taste best.