Chinese Pu'erh Tea
This celebrated fermented tea is named after the beautiful city of Pu’erh in Southern Yunnan.
Called 'Tuo Cha' because of the bowl-shaped cakes in is pressed into and this very special Chinese pu'erh tea was once used as currency.
Tasting of the earth, damp and woody. At the same time surprising light with a smooth, almost sweet aftertaste.
To brew: unwrap the ‘tea cake’, steep in 100C for 3 mins