Pu-erh tea is regarded as nourishing tea in China. Many health benefits have been reported such as: reducing body fat deposit, reducing cholesterol levels and assist in digestion etc.
This Pu-erh tea raw (Sheng 生) cake is made in its traditional weight of 357g. The premium grade leaves were harvested from Bing-Dao area (famous for producing premium quality Pu-erh) and compressed into cakes in 2007. It is a rare find on the market as the entire cakes is made of full premium quality leave inside out without mixing or covering.
After more than 10 year natural fermentation, this tea has all the premium grade semi-aged Pu-erh characteristics, a pleasant & refreshing aromatic sense quickly turning into a long lasting fruity Hui-Gan (sweet/refreshing aftertaste) lingering long after the tea is consumed.
Raw (Sheng 生)
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