Pu Erh Tea Exclude Lao Ban Zhang

Pu-erh is a variety of fermented tea produced in Yunnan Province, China. There are two different types of Pu-Erh tea. The “raw” Pu-erh tea will typically be aged for years and has more complex flavors. It tastes rich, strong, and sometimes bitter. The aged Pu-erh is mellow, smooth, and offers a sweet (sugarcane or plum) aftertaste (hui tian). The “cooked” or “ripe” Pu-erh is generally earthy, nutty, or woody

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Carbonated Tea

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Carbonated tea combines the traditional flavors of brewed tea with the fizzy sensation typically found in carbonated beverages. By infusing...

Watermelon Tea

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Watermelon tea is a refreshing beverage that incorporates the flavors of fresh watermelon. It's generally made by infusing water with...

Can You Eat Tea Leaves

Can You Eat Tea Leaves

Tea leaves, primarily from the plant Camellia sinensis, are fully edible and have been consumed in various forms throughout history....

Carbonated Tea

Carbonated Tea

Carbonated tea combines the traditional flavors of brewed tea with the fizzy sensation typically found in carbonated beverages. By infusing...

Watermelon Tea

Watermelon Tea

Watermelon tea is a refreshing beverage that incorporates the flavors of fresh watermelon. It's generally made by infusing water with...

Can You Eat Tea Leaves

Can You Eat Tea Leaves

Tea leaves, primarily from the plant Camellia sinensis, are fully edible and have been consumed in various forms throughout history....