The complex process that creates Pu Erh tea creates a cup with a hint of mustiness and an earthy character sometimes described as old or elemental. To create this centuries old tea the tealeaves are picked, rolled, withered in the hot sun, after which they are steamed and pressed into cakes. (This Pu Erh is broken up out of the cakes to make it easier to deal with). The steaming process generates some moisture and when compressed (without drying) into the cakes, in the course of time the tea takes on a musty and earthy character. Pu Erh that gets somewhat moldy before it naturally dries is considered the best. Pu Erh is then stored for years.
Ingredients: A Wonderful Pu Erh With Lots Of Golden Tips.