Puerh Tuo #3
Pu-erh Tuo Cha is a traditional dome-shaped aged tea cake from China,pu'er teas were typically compressed for ease of trade in exchange for horses and salt in ancient times. Today this compressed form is still used for convenience. Sheng pu-erh is also known as raw pu-erh, meaning it is uncooked, and is simply tea leaves that have been pressed and are in the process of aging. Coin Shaped Pu Erh is a light cooked puerh buds pressed as a coin, it was carefully collected leaves from Puer trees, pressed in the shape of a coin. Tea is intended for multiple brewing, gives an opaque, “oil” oily infusion with a viscous taste and enveloping a pleasant aftertaste.
Puerh tea ｜ Yunnan ｜ After fermentation ｜ Spring, Summer and Autumn