Of all the types of tea you can find in the world, Pu-erh is among the most mysterious. While other types of tea are categorized by their level of oxidation, Pu-erh represents a category of fully-oxidized tea, fermented and ripened by time. Highly prized and produced in the region of Yunnan in southern China, Pu-erh offers a smooth and complex earthy flavor unlike any other tea, with an enticingly deep cup color.
Pu-erh offers a truly unique tea experience, available in both ripe and raw selections. The Pu-erh found more commonly are ripe Pu-erhs, also known as Shu Cha Pu-erh, aged and fermented over time. You will not find another tea that is as dark and full, complex and hearty with smooth elegance. In contrast to this intense flavor is the light and silky raw Pu-erh with a subtly sweet finish, only offered in cakes.