Pu Erh tea | Red Tea

The Pu Erh  tea is also known as “red tea” and its name comes from the region of Pu’er (Yunnan – China), where its grown. In the past it was eaten exclusively by the Chinese nobility.

Unlike other teas, which is generally taken after harvest, the fermentation process for this variety of Camellia sinensis can last up to 60 years, which causes the...

The Pu Erh  tea is also known as “red tea” and its name comes from the region of Pu’er (Yunnan – China), where its grown. In the past it was eaten exclusively by the Chinese nobility.

Unlike other teas, which is generally taken after harvest, the fermentation process for this variety of Camellia sinensis can last up to 60 years, which causes the leaves to reach a copper color and, therefore, also the infusion.

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