Pu Erh

Pu Erh

  • Pu Erh


    A tea of Chinese Emperors, from Yunnan Province. Famous for its medicinal attributes.

    Lowers the fat levels within the organism, regulates cholesterol levels and improves digestive processes, therefore it is known as a slimming tea. Gives off a "dense", dark-brown infusion with an earthy taste.

  • Pu Erh Dragon Pearls


    Pu Erh from the Chinese Yunnan province, with the leaves pressed into little balls. The slighlty earthy taste is very delicate, enriched with a significant taste of walnut and sweetness. the colour of the infusion, depending on the steeping parametres, may be from brown to dark-brown. One serving of the leaves (one ball) may be steeped multiple times. Our suggestion is one ball per teacup.

  • Pu Erh Mini Tuo Cha


    Also known as Xiao Toucha. Carefully selected Pu Erh leaves are pressed into a nest form, reminiscent of a hornet nest. Gives off an intensive, sweet infusion and a well-balanced, delicate taste. Each one is packaged into white tissue-paper.

  • Pu Erh Superior


    Ten-year high-class Pu Erh from the Chinese province of Yunnan. This delicate Shu Pu Erh will not disappoint lovers of this type of tea with its classic and mature taste, in which you can feel a slight suggestion of sweet and spicy notes. Perfect for brewing several times.

  • Pu Erh Tuo Cha Nest


    Carefully selected Pu-Erh leaves are pressed into a nest form, reminiscent of hornet nests. Gives off an intensive, sweet infusion and a well-balanced, distinct taste. Improves digestion and regulates cholesterol levels within blood, as well as lowering fat levels within the organism. Mass of a single nest: 100g. Origin: Jing Mai, Si Mao, Yunnan - processed in 4'2017

  • Sa Bang Sheng Pu Erh


    Pu Erh Sheng tea (fresh, raw, ripening), made from the leaves of old, wild-growing tea trees from the Lao jungle. In the production process the leaves are presses in bamboo forms into a cigar-like shape. The taste of the subsequent steepigs is crowned with a fruity aftertaste. Tea suitable for numerous steepings.

    Weight: 80g

  • Sheng Pu Erh Tuo Cha


    Dark Pu Erh tea in its most traditional form - Sheng, which means naturally maturing tea, with leaves compresed into a shape of a nest. Its taste changes with time, such teas are meant to be stored for years to enjoy the changing qualities - from the freshness similar to green tea, until a deep, sweet taste after years of storing. Due to natural fermentation of the leaves this tea is believed to have a benefitial effect on the body.

    Weight: 100g

  • Shu Pu Erh 2010 Brick


    Shu Pu Ehr brick, aged 6 years (mao cha) before pressing in 2016. The tea leafs come from the garden on Ai Lao Shan mountain (Nature Reserve) altitude about 1300 m n.p.m. in Yunnan province. Full taste with hints of nuts and chinese date.

    Weight: 100 grams. Harvest 2010, Pressed in 2016