Pu-erh tea is a world unto its own. The only fermented tea (black tea and oolong tea are oxidized, not fermented), it traditionally comes in compressed form. Loose leaf pu-erh is becoming more common, as pu-erh has started to enter the mainstream. All pu-erh is fermented, and some of it is oxidized.
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Come and enjoy a pu-erh that starts slow but blossoms around the third infusion with a surge of sweet smokiness.
An aroma of burnt wood or charcoal and flavours of gentle fruit with a singing overtone of honey.
A smooth, almost delicate pu-erh composed of wild-grown leaves from a remote part of Yunnan Province, China. Delightfully easy to drink.