At TEALEAVES we source our teas and botanicals from the world’s tier-1 gardens. The fuller the leaves, the more robust and complex the palate. Whether from a single-estate or a combination, we carefully source to curate blends that are the very best expression of terroir.
We bring the finest teas, flowers and herbs to our blending center, and meticulously cup out each ingredient, searching for the ultimate palate and nuanced complexity. The best harvests are sent to us as samples.
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AROMA: Sweet and musty with hints of plum.
PALATE: Broad and earthy.
NOTES: High energy and high caffeine.
Known as a medicinal tea, Pu-erh has become known particularly for its cholesterol-reducing and digestive properties, and is also said to aid in weight loss. Serve this sensational blend after dinner for maximum effect. Pu-Erh is low in tannins and has a thick, smooth, earthy flavor.
A "second crop" (er shui) tea picked during the months of June and July, this Pu-erh is characterized by fat, succulent leaves which have been pressed into small, convex bowl shapes called Tou cha, and is prized for its distinct, earthy flavor.
Each Tou cha is individually wrapped in paper, a style originating from the trading route of the Tuojiang River. Due to special processing, Pu-erh is low in tannins and has a characteristic earthy flavor. It is one of the few teas that gets better with age and is good for many infusions of the same leaves.
Famous as a medicinal tea, Pu-erh, a large-leafed tea from the Yunnan province, acquired its name from the market town of Pu-er where the tea was originally processed and sold. The leaves are grown high in the mountains and then labouriously carried in shoulder baskets down through the forests and into the town. They are most commonly formed into bricks or cakes and traditionally used as a form of currency.
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