Pu Erh

Whether a newly broken into vintage block of cooked tea or a small nest of mellow raw leaves, Pu Erh is unique among all teas for its musty, grounding flavour due to its unusual processing which involves fermentation. Much like a fine wine, Pu Erh improves in flavour and value with age and in its native China, it has been known to exist as a form of currency. This extraordinary beverage is also revered for its health benefits which include being a digestive and slimming aid.

Tea Description
Pu Erh Loose £ Loose, cooked Pu Erh. Dark and woodsy, this extraordinary tea is full of character and depth due to its unusual and unique processing. Maturation in humid conditions leading to fermentation ensures a deep, rich liquor reminiscent of walks in a damp forest.
Pu Erh Citrus Pu Erh Citrus £ Loose, cooked Pu Erh with the addition of lemongrass to add a fresh flavour and additional digestive properties. Dark and woodsy, this extraordinary tea is full of character and depth due to its unusual and unique processing. Maturation in humid conditions leading to fermentation ensures a deep, rich liquor reminiscent of walks in a damp forest. Excellent after meals.
NoimagePu Erh Ginger £ Classic Pu Erh with fiery ginger. An excellent aid to digestion after heavy meal.