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For a tea to be called Pu'er, it must be made from the large-leaf subspecies arbor tree leaves and grown in Yunnan Province in China's southwest. It's one of the few teas to be designated a protected origin product by the Chinese government, a rarity in an industry run wild with loose, unregulated terms and limited oversight. In this blog, we will explain to you the production procedure for Pu'er tea from Chen Sheng Hao in this blog.
Chen Sheng Tea industry adheres to the "pharmaceutical concept" to make tea, and pioneers the "out of touch from the ground (茶叶不落地)" process of tea production. It has over 10,000 square meters of factory and professional processing facilities for Pu'er tea. It passes the China quality management system and food safety management system. It also has green food (China) and organic (China) certifications.
Step 1: Plucking (Number 3 in VR)
Chen Sheng Hao built long term cooperation with tea farmers to pick fresh leaves from the large-leaf subspecies arbor trees.
Step 2: Withering (Number 4 in VR)
Reducing moisture content, initiating enzyme activity, enhancing aroma and flavor, removing unwanted substances.
Step 3: Kill-green (Number 5 in VR)
Preserving freshness, inactivating enzymes, enhancing flavor, improving shelf life.
Step 4: Rolling (Number 6 in VR)
Releases enzymes, shape the leaves, consistency, reduces moisture.
Step 5: Sun-drying (Number 7 in VR)
Enhancing flavor, gentle and sustainable drying can improve the safety and quality of the final product.
Step 6: Examination (Number 9 in VR)
This can help Chen Sheng Hao collect the data for the tea and ensure the quality of the tea.
Step 7: Static impurity removing machine (Number 11 in VR)
Remove various impurities in tea.
Step 8: Manual grading (Number 12 in VR)
An additional manual picking process to ensure the quality of the tea.
Step 9: Compression (Number 13 in VR)
Compressing tea can help to enhance its flavor by allowing the tea to age and develop its unique flavor profile over time.
Step 10: Drying
The tea leaves are placed in a drying machine and dried at warm temperatures.
Step 11: Wrapping (Number 14 in VR)
The tea in cake or brick shape are wrapped with cotton paper.
Step 12: Packing (Number 15 in VR)
Usually, we will wrap every 7 tea cakes with bamboo leaves . This can help the storage and delivery of Pu'er tea.
Step 13: Storage (Number 17 in VR)
We build professional storage centers across the country to store the tea in proper way. Moisture and temperature will be monitored 24/7.