From the snowy mountains of North West Yunnan, the fine, twisty, hazel-brown strands of leaf yield a juicy, brown-black liquor consisting of earthy aroma reminiscent of damp autumn leaves. Pu-erh tea was exclusive to China for centuries. It is thought to have various positive health benefits and is consequently becoming more and more popular throughout the world.
Tasting notes: Silky-Sweet, Undertones of caramelized figs, With a sweet licorice aftertaste. Caffeine: medium