A truly intriguing type of tea. Puerh (普洱) can be one of the most rewarding teas to be drunk and collected, however it's unique characteristics can often be off putting to those who have not had the chance to try and experiment. Now here is your chance. Wan Ling Tea House Puerh samplers contain both Sheng (green / raw) and Shu ripe / cooked) types. We hope these offer a doorway to this exciting type of tea.
Gong Ting Shu Puerh (2008)
Sheng Puerh Tea
Sheng Puerh raw tea leaf traditionally receives very little processing beyond wilting and drying. Drying is typically in the direct Yunnan sun depending on the weather and the size of the production facilities. Sheng Puerh is commonly pressed in tightly packed forms such as cakes.
There is a lot of different views on how and when these teas should be enjoyed. Traditionally the local ethnic groups would drink them fresh and as such not store for long periods, however many modern consumers believe the teas should be kept and stored ideally for at least 3 years before drinking.
More information: Sheng Puerh Production
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