Origin: Yunnan CHINA
Tea Type: Puer Tea
Aroma: sweet cream and pineapple
Appearance: Tight and even
Taste: smooth, mellow, sweet
Storage Method: Clean, ventilated, dry, avoid light, no smell, no pollution
Description：Pu'er is a large leafed tea from the Yunnan province in China and has been famous as a al tea. Puerh tea over the centuries has been used as a form of currency in China and an important international trading item. Puerh tea was at one time very well known in northern Canada among the northern native people, who were trading across the Bering Strait.Pu'erh tea derives its name from the market town of Pu-er, where it was originally processed and sold, but it is grown on the Nuoshan Mountains. It is said that the unique taste of Puerh Tea was developed because it took weeks to transport the tea leaves by horseback to the town to be processed. During this transportation period the tea leaves would begin to ferment in the humidity and release a strong, fragrant aroma, which people found quite pleasant. A special technique of tea fermenting developed and Pu'er was thus created.The secret of making Puerh tea has been closely guarded in China for centuries. The tea leaves are collected from growers of a special broad-leaf tea tree, which are said to be related to ancient prehistoric tea trees. The leaves go through two types of fermentation, which gives this tea its unique characteristics; a mild, but distinctively earthy flavour. Puerh teas are much like fine wines, which become smoother and more balanced with age. Puerh teas are much lower in tannins than other teas due to the special processing method which it undergoes.