Rich, dark and earthy. A slightly bitter edge that mellows out as the cup of tea ages.
INGREDIENTS:Black tea (Pu-Erh style)
Pu-Erh is a tea brew that dates as far back as 618 - 907. It was the tea of the Barbarians, which fits just right. Its natural, earthy notes seem agreeable with their sense of culture and lifestyle.
Just like different tea-drinking communities, the Barbarians had their special tea brew with this Pu-Erh leaves in it. They gathered the leaves from scattered trees in the mountains beyond Yinsheng city and did nothing for processing.
Instead, they cooked the leaves together with blackcurrants, pepper, and ginger, and here we get this spicy, earthy, black tea. Today, Pu Erh is available in different forms. Black Pu Erh, as we have offered to you here, is specially crafted to produce the tastiest brew.
Uniquely different from the green variant, a cup is wonderfully rich with deep notes of earth, malt, and gentle musk. Its different process of fermentation produces a cup so dark yet delicious.