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Pu’Er Tea

Everything you need to know about Pu’Er Tea


When it comes down to the darkest colour of tea, Pu'Er will be the first choice that pops into the mind. Pu’Er has the strongest flavour, and the colour is dark brown.



Pu’Er is generally taste better as it is stored in long period of time, the tea leaves’ enzymes will be enhanced naturally, benefits are dispelled cold, improve digestion, and warm-up your body.



Pu’Er is rich in vitamins and minerals. The most important thing is that Pu'Er has amino acids.



Amino acids stimulate the gastrointestinal tract to break down fat and improve digestion. 



Pu'Er can be divided into “Raw Pu’Er” and “Ripe Pu’Er”. We first import “Raw Pu’Er” from Yunnan, then carefully store into our own Hong Kong warehouses for several years of natural fermentation.



We have been adopting this technique since around 50 years ago to transform from Raw to Ripe Pu’Er.



Tea-lovers in Hong Kong treasures “Ripe Pu’Er” because this is the traditional taste that we all love and familiar with, it is one of our culture. 



In terms of colour, of “Raw Pu’Er” is generally darker. In Contrast, “Ripe Pu’Er” is slightly lighter. After being brewed with hot water, it is mostly dark brown, brown-red, or brownish yellow. 



In terms of taste, “Ripe Pu’Er” has a fruity, earthly, and sweet woody taste.



What's interesting is that because of the strong and layered taste of Pu'Er, the tea can blend with dried tangerine peels to leverage the fruity note to our “Ripe Pu’Er” tea. 



In terms of production, Pu’Er is generally presented in the form of compressed tea, tea bricks and tea cakes. Through the processing methods, the nutrients of the tea can be preserved. 



In terms of density, tea bricks are denser than tea cakes, it can weigh up to 26 pounds.



(Reminder: You can try to use a tea knife to start from the side of the tea brick and get it sliced slowly from the bottom.)

Pu’Er Tea - FAQ

How can I extract tea from the Pu’Er compressed tea?


Pu’ Er tea bricks are very compacted and extremely high in density than tea cakes, so extracting tea leaves from tea bricks is a complicated process.



Professional tea knife is required to extract tea leaves, so we generally recommend customers to buy Pu’ Er tea cakes.


Which country produces the most Pu'Er in the world?


Yunnan, China has the best Pu’Er quality in the world, while Hunan has the most quantity of Pu’Er. These two areas are very suitable for Pu’Er farms due to the natural habitat.



Therefore, China is still the largest producer of Pu'Er, and we majorly import Pu’Er from this area.


Why do some people have adverse reactions to Pu’Er tea?


Pu’Er tea stimulates the gastrointestinal tract to help breaking down fats inside our body, and has the effect of regulating intestinal detoxification, as such Diarrhea may occur during the process of expelling accumulated waste.



In addition, some people who have sensitive stomach need to be cautious. We recommend friends who are new to Pu'Er Tea choose “Ripe Pu'Er”, and pay attention to the concentration of tea, starting from light tea to strong tea, allow your body to get used to different levels of tea concentration.