Pu-erh tea is a post-fermented tea originating from Yunnan Province, China. Commonly made from the Assamica variety (large-leaf) of the Camellia tea plant, Pu-erh tea imparts a distinctive earthy note and develops a smoother, mellower and more complex flavour profile through the ageing process.
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Tea Type: Pu-erh Tea Tea region: Lincang Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China. Tasting Notes Appearance: Very dark with red glints. Aroma: Predominant earthy and gamy notes and the related aromas (mushroom, truffles) Flavour: Earthy, undergrowth, gamy (leather) and mushroom (truffles) flavours. A hint of liquorice in...