Puerh

PUERH / PU'ER TEA

Pu-erh is the name of a city in Yunnan and now it is getting more famous for its tea products. Identifying Pu-erh Tea is always a challenging topic in the Tea Field. Raymond MAO from MY Teahouse has his own understanding on pu-erh tea, please just regard this as one of the references. Also, we always welcome others understandin...

PUERH / PU'ER TEA

Pu-erh is the name of a city in Yunnan and now it is getting more famous for its tea products. Identifying Pu-erh Tea is always a challenging topic in the Tea Field. Raymond MAO from MY Teahouse has his own understanding on pu-erh tea, please just regard this as one of the references. Also, we always welcome others understandings of tea and we love to hear feedback.

Before identifying pu-erh tea, we need to know the process of making pu-erh tea as below:

A, using the fresh leaves (including big, middle and small leaf) picked from tea trees (Camellia sinensis--including bush, small tree and big tree) in Yunnan province(including lower sea-level and higher sea-level).

B, Making process is: dehydration/withering, pan-dry fried in big Chinese iron wok, twist and roll, advance roll for shaping, sun-dry

C, Wo-Dui ( artificially adding a fixed portion of water and place the dry tea leaves from last step at a fixed level of temperature and humidity to make it fermented.)

Puerh tea divided into raw-puerh and ripe-puerh.

1, Raw-Puerh: A+B will produce a raw-puerh tea, we some time call it MaoCha as well.

2, Ripe-Puerh: A+B+C will make a ripe-puerh tea.

From here, we can either compress them into a different shape( tuo, cake, brick etc.) or we can just drink them.

Pu-erh Tea will mature years after year, the taste of it will become smoother and the price will increase 15-50% each year.

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