The traditional process of pressing and fermenting Pu’er tea is a national treasure in China, Yunnan is one of the highest quality regions for Pu’er tea. The deep dark color of Pu’er is accomplished through oxidation, by storing it for a long time a cool and dry place. Traditionally Pu’er tea is pressed into discs wrapped in paper and stored into bamboo barrels for several years.
- *Four-year-old stored Pu’er tea
- 357grams each disc
- Seven discs in a barrel
- The total amount of Pu’er tea: 2499grams
*Pu’er quality is decided by the depth and richness of flavor, which grows over the years.