Chinese Dark Tea - Raw Puerh

Chinese Dark Tea is also known as Hei Cha. Raw Puerh belongs to this category and plays a major role in this whole group. This tea is made for natural aging. Thus, its tastes can evolve and develop into complex varieties.

Raw Puerh Rare Collection - 50g
This is a rare collection grade of Raw Puerh which is also known as Sheng Pu. This tea comes in very limited release due to the selection of the tea leaves is fully fresh buds, spring picked from wild and aged tea trees. It is grown and produced in Yun Nan Province, China. This is the 'living' tea which can be aged and kept for more than 50 years. It goes under minimal processing and as a result keeps producing enzymes and still needs to undergo natural fermentation. The tea has a rich grassy, woody and aging flavour and the flavour keeps changing when you brew it.
Raw Puerh Collection - 50g
This is a collection grade of Raw Puerh which is also known as Sheng Pu. It is grown and produced in Yun Nan Province, China. This is the 'living' tea which can be aged and kept for more than 50 years. It goes under minimal processing and as a result keeps producing enzymes and still needs to undergo natural fermentation. The tea has a rich grassy, woody and aging flavour and the flavour keeps changing when you brew it.
Raw Puerh Reserve - 50g
This is a reserve grade of Raw Puerh which is also known as Sheng Pu. It is grown and produced in Yun Nan Province, China. This is the 'living' tea which can be aged and kept for more than 50 years. It goes under minimal processing and as a result keeps producing enzymes and still needs to undergo natural fermentation. The tea has a rich grassy, woody and aging flavour and the flavour keeps changing when you brew it.
Raw Puerh - 50g
Raw Puerh is also known as Sheng Pu which is grown and produced in Yun Nan Province, China. This is the 'living' tea which can be aged and kept for more than 50 years. It goes under minimal processing and as a result keeps producing enzymes and still needs to undergo natural fermentation. The tea has a rich grassy, woody and aging flavour and the flavour keeps changing when you brew it.