It is very important to have a trusted and reliable source of puerh tea because many supposed puerh teas are not made from Yunnan tea bushes in an authentic way by either a famous tea factory or a skilled artisan prod
Compressed puerh will improve and mellow as it matures. Loose cooked puerh offers an easy route into drinking this type of tea. These tasters are an ideal way to explore the different characteristics. Puerh is highly valued in China for its taste – but it is also believed to have remarkable medicinal properties and is said to lower cholesterol, aid weight loss and reduce the risk of many serious diseases.
This pack contains 10g of the following puerh teas:
2005 Xing Hai cooked loose puerh
2011 Canton Tea Co Special Raw Puerh
2007 Meng Ba Na Cooked Brick
2010 Xing Hai Raw Beeng Cha
How to brew puerh
The traditional way to brew puerh is gong fu style in a small Yixing clay teapot. Use plenty of tea leaves, pour the liquor out quickly and reinfuse the leaves many times – perhaps as many as 20 or more.