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RIPE PU'ER TEA

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Yi Wu 1999 ripe Pu'er tea Wowotou 50g

€ 12,50 * p/unit

Yi Wu Limited edition 5 years aged ripe Pu'er tea tuo 100g

€ 22,00 * p/unit



Ripe Pu’er
 

  1. Appearance
Before brewing, the tea leaves are black or dark brown. After brewing, tea soups are reddish brown or brown. In general dry tea leaves are pressed into cubes, blocks, pan or bowl shapes.
 
  1. Taste  
Ripe Pu’er tea has an extremely silky taste. The drinker’s tongue and throat feel conformably encircled. Experienced drinkers describe it as “rice soup taste” or “lotus root powder mouthfeel”.
 
  1. Features
Ripe Pu’er is completely fermented (100%). It’s mostly popular in the Chinese border areas. The longer it’s stored, the more valuable it becomes as the taste evolves to a more mellow one. the more valuable and more mellow taste. Most valuable Pu’er is stored over 100 years. Different reactions for different drinkers can be expected (especially “old” dark teas, over 20 years old).
 
  1. Functions
- protects the digestive system
- lowers the  blood fat and clears the oily blood (especially for meat lovers)
- stops diarrhea
- reduces the edema,
- lowers the risk of various types of cancer
- improves dental health and lowers the risk of infection
- enhances immune system function.

 
  1. Brew temperature
Pu’er tea is most commonly brewed at a temperature of mostly at 100°C.
Some varieties can even be cooked.

 
  1. Main types
Hunan black tea, Hubei old tea, Sichuan Biancha, Diangui black tea.
 
  1. Famous varieties
Yunnan Pu’er, Guangxi Liubao, Anhua black tea.


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