Raw Pu-erh

The Raw/Sheng puerh tea collection from Cspuerh (Chen Sheng Hao) is a remarkable range of teas with a deep history. Grown in the Yunnan province of China, these teas have been enjoyed for over a thousand years, traveling from remote mountains to the courts of emperors.

Raw/Sheng puerh tea is known for its unique aging process. Unlike other teas, it gets better with time thanks to a special type of fermentation. You can drink it fresh or save it for years, and it will still taste great. This tea can have many different flavors, depending on where it's grown, how old the tea tree is, and how it's made and stored.

When it's young, Sheng/Raw puerh tea tastes a lot like green tea. It's fresh and can have flavors of fruit or plants like hay. It starts off a bit bitter, but then it becomes sweet.

Aged Sheng/Raw puerh tea is really special. As it gets older, its flavor changes and becomes richer. It might remind you of old books and has a unique, earthy taste. It's hard to describe exactly because each batch can taste different depending on how long it's been stored.

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