Everything about pu-erh tea.
  • The Handmade Pu-erh Tea Balls

    This Spring, ESGREEN has been cooperating with Meng Hai Tong Qing tea factory and release this fire-new Pu-erh tea ball series.


    These tea balls are handmade of high quality raw materials that originally harvest from different tea mountains.
    Such as Jing Mai, Bu Lang, Yi Wu and so on. Some of the raw materials are pick up from ancient tea trees that over 100 years old.
    And only the first batch of the Spring leaves, a bud with a leaf have been chosen. So, each tea ball has its own charactor.

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  • Steeping Pu-erh-1995 Menghai Tea Factory Loose-leaf Pu-erh Tea-Uncooked/Raw

    The raw material of this tea has been aged since 1995. Naturally fermented after the long time dry warehouse storage. The dry leaf is strong and solid. Each piece of tea leaf comes with 1 bud and 1 leaf. Tidy and even. Dark brown in color and covered with gold...
  • Index of Pu-erh

    Introduction and history Pu-erh tea is traditionally made with leaves from old wild tea trees of a variety known as "broad leaf tea" (Traditional: 大葉 Simplified: 大叶, dà yè) or Camellia sinensis var. assamica, which is found in southwest China as well as the bordering tropical regions in Burma, Vietnam...
  • Investment in Pu-erh

    Pu-erh tea can generally improve in taste over time (due to natural secondary oxidation and fermentation). Teas that can be aged finely are typically: Made from high quality material Processed skillfully Stored properly over the years The common misconception is that all types of pu-erh tea will improve in taste—and...
  • Benefits of Pu-erh Tea

    In China Pu Erh Tea is considered as a health-elixir, which has a beneficial functioning with several health problems such as aiding weightloss efforts, reduce blood cholesterol.  It is also widely believed in Chinese cultures to counteract the unpleasant effects of heavy alcohol consumption. The Health Benefits Including: losing weight...
  • Judging Quality of Pu-erh Tea

    Spent leaves of badly stored ripened pu-erh. Note the crumbling leaf faces that are barely held together by leaf veins Quality of the tea can be determined through inspecting the dried leaves, the tea liquor, or the spent tea leaves. The "true" quality of a specific batch of pu-erh can...

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