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  1. Guangxi Liu Bao Tea - Liu Bao Cha Dark Tea - Hei Cha 500g
  2. Menghai 7572 Tea Cake - 2018 Ripe Dayi Pu Erh Tea (150g/5.3oz)
  3. 2020 Phoenix Ripe Pu Erh Tea Collection: Ban Zhang, Yiwu, Bingdao
  4. Pre-Order 40% OFF: 2019 Raw Gu Shu Pu Erh Tea Cakes: Lao Ban Zhang, Bing Dao, Xi Gui & Bo He Tang
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  5. Menghai 7542 Tea - 2018 Dayi / TaeTea Sheng Pu Erh Tea Cake 150g
  6. 2019 Nan Nuo Shan Raw Pu Erh Tea Cake , First Flush Spring Harvest 200g
  7. 2010 Menghai Dayi Tea - Jia Ji Sheng Yunnan Tuocha 100g
  8. 2015 Raw Chinese Tea Brick - Lao Ban Zhang Sheng Pu Erh Block Tea (200g/7oz)
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  9. 2007 Nan Qiao Raw Pu Erh Tea - 753 Recipe Sheng Pu erh Tea Cake (357g / 12.6oz)
  10. 2011 Xiaguan Sheng Pumpkin Tribute Tuocha - 100g
  11. 2015 Lao Tong Zhi Old Comrade ‘Fen Dou’ Raw Pu Erh Tea Cake 357g
  12. 2013 Dayi ‘Lucky’ Raw Tuocha Tea - Taetea Sheng Pu Erh Tuocha 100g/3.5oz
  13. 2016 Haiwan Tea Factory Sheng Pu Erh Tea Brick, Halal Certified - Lao Tong Zhi 9968 Recipe 250g/8.8oz
  14. Hunan Anhua Dark Tea Sampler: Hei Zhuan, Fu Zhuan, Hua Zhuan 240g
  15. 2015 Organic Ripe Pu Erh Tea -  Zuxiang Jujube Aroma Tea Brick 250g
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  16. 2018 Wuliangshan Raw Organic Pu Erh Tea Cake 357g
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  17. 2014 ‘Gao Yuan Chen’ Raw Pu Erh Tuocha Tea in Metal Tin 100g
  18. 2017 Da Xue Shan Iron Cake - Xiaguan Raw FT Iron Tea Cake 357g
  19. 2016 Autumn Pasha Gushu - Gu Hua Gu Shu Pu Erh Tea Cake 200g
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  20. 2018 Autumn Bulang + Pasha Pu Erh Tea Cake (2x150g)
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Yunnan Pu Erh Teas

What is pu erh tea?

Pu erh tea, also written a pu’er (普洱茶 in Chinese), is a special type of tea that originates from China’s Yunnan province. This tea category is named after the city of puer. It was around a 1000 years ago when the people and horses carried lots of tea bricks and cakes from pu’er to nearby regions including Bengal, Burma, Tibet and Central China. This trade link is also called the ‘Ancient Tea Route’ or ‘Tea Horse Road’.

Pu’er versus dark tea

Due to it’s popularity, pu’er has become the synonym for any tea that’s post fermented, though the term isn’t completely correct. The official term for post fermented teas is hei cha (黑茶) or ‘dark tea’. This term would be more fair as there are also dark teas produced in other provinces such has Sichuan.

Raw and ripe pu erh

Depending on the processing method, there are generally two types of pu erh: raw and ripe (or ‘sheng’ and ‘shou’ in Chinese). Raw pu erh tea is made the original way in which leaves are picked, dried, and roasted resulting in loose pu erh also known as ‘mao cha’. Afterwards, the lose leaves are compressed in to raw pu erh cakes. Because raw pu erh cakes can take years to ripe, a new type of processing method was invented. Instead of compressing mao cha directly into cakes, they’re first piled up for faster fermentation under controlled conditions. This additional step of processing results in what we call ‘ripe pu erh&rsquo, which is also known as 'cooked puerh'.

Buy pu erh tea online

Buying a good pu erh is challenging. Prices vary a lot simply because the quality can be very volatile. Luckily you can rely on Teasenz for curating the best pu erh teas from China, which can be shipped directly to your door. Most of our offerings are sourced direct from the producer, making sure it’s as authentic as it can be. Our collection of pu erh is diverse: you can get your tea in loose or compressed form. And for the latter, there are different shapes available such as cakes, bricks an tuocha. Moreover, we offer teas from small family farm producers as well as larger factories such as Xiaguan and Dayi.