Pu'erh tea is named after the city in Yunnan Province where it is made. Fermented and aged, it is a highly valued tea in China, where the processing methods have been a well-guarded secret for centuries.
Fermented and aged, it tastes of the earth, damp and woody. It is surprising light with a smooth, almost sweet aftertaste. The brew is really dark reddish brown liquor, rich and opaque.
Pu'erh tea animal spirit
Bears are strong and courageous, reminding us to stand up for our beliefs and our truths. If feeling a little unappreciated or put upon, the mother bear provides protection and warmth, teaching us to take better care for ourselves as well as others.
Whole leaf tea leaves can be refreshed with more hot water when ready for another cup.