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Pu-erh tea (pronounced POO-air) is the most oxidised form of tea, often aged. Many teas can get stale over time but pu-erh can mellow and improve with age, like fine wine. Most Pu-erh teas come from China’s Yunnan Province. Pu-erh’s distinct flavour comes from the processing. After the leaves are picked, they are made into a sundried base tea called maocha and then fermented. After that, the leaves are aged and then packed into bricks or cakes, many are then sold loose.

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Yunnan Pu Erh Mixed Vintage Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs

Musty, earthy character sometimes described as old or elemental.

Scottish Caramel Toffee Pu-Erh Loose Leaf Tea in Assorted Packs

Like dessert in a cup.
The earthiness of Pu-Erh fuses with caramel for a sweetly decadent finish.