Pu'erh 2007

The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.

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Pu'erh - Old Style Tuo Cha 2011

The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.

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Pu'erh "Ripe" 2010

The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.

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Pu'erh "Raw" 2010

The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.The Pu erh are teas originating from Yunnan, southwest of China, more exactly from Xishuangbanna, a region that is at the frontier of Burma and Laos. Their leaves come from a Camellia sinensis with very large sheets, often wild Camellia sinensis which are many hundred years old. These teas were compressed in order to facilitate transport by caravans. It is the oldest type of tea that we know. It gained renewed interest because of its medical properties and the evolution of public taste in the last two decades.

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