From cheese to wine or classic movies, many things get better with age. The same holds true with Pu erh tea, a type of mostly unoxidized green tea grown in China's Yunnan province. Unlike traditional teas in which 2 young leaves and a bud are plucked, Pu erh uses 3-4 leaves and a bud which is more suitable to the fermentation process. Once fermented, the best Pu ers are aged like fine wine or cheese yielding an earthy, musty character that sets the tea apart from all its younger competitors.
Steeping Instructions: 1-1.5 tsp, Boiling Water, 2-3 Minutes
Ingredients: Pu Erh Black Tea