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Pu'er green tea cake organic

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€64,79

  • Black tea cake
  • Genuine Pu'Er from Yunnan province
  • A tea mold with a long history
  • Nicely packaged
  • Tea from certified organic cultivation
  • Also an original gift idea
  • Pu'Er cake: gets better with age, like Bordeaux wines

    Pu'Er tea comes from the Chinese province of Yunnan. It is a so-called post-fermented tea. That is, the tea actually still ripens while you keep it - just like a bottle of red wine. So it gets tastier with age!

    Pu'Er in the West has all kinds of spellings like Pu Ehr, Pu'er, Pu-ehr and so on. But it is always the same type of tea.

    Pu'Er cakes: beautiful pressed tea from Yunnan, with a rich history.

    Pu'Er goes far back in history. The so-called "cake" is nothing but tea that was compressed into shapes of round "cakes". This was done in ancient China for several reasons. The cake was convenient to transport - in those days still on horseback - for barter, and later even as currency or as a distinguished gift.

    Even today, Pu'Er cake tea is still a pressed tea from which you break off a piece to make tea.

    Genuine Pu'Er: with a protected trade name and origin

    Since the Song Dynasty, the city of Pu'Er has been one of the most important centers of quality tea in the world, and since 2003 Pu Erh has also had a protected trade name.

    This means that tea can only have the name Pu'Er if it actually comes from Pu'Er. Tea from Pu'Er tends to be of particularly high quality.

    Green and black Pu'Er cakes

    The taste of Pu'Er is somewhat earthy and a little sweet. The leaves are rolled and shaped after harvest and then put to dry in drying rooms with temperature and humidity control. At the end of this process, the leaves are called "mao cha," literally "raw tea.

    Mao cha can be treated in two ways, shou or sheng.

    • Sheng Pu'Er is known in the West as green Pu'Er, the leaves are pressed into a cake and then packed and stored to mature and ferment naturally.

    • Shou Pu'Er is known to us as black or ripe Pu'er. These leaves are moistened and then covered to undergo a months-long fermentation process. In that process, all kinds of microbes and enzymes are stimulated, which support digestion. After that process, the tea leaves are pressed into cakes.

    Organic Pu'Er black tea cake organic

    This Pu'Er cake is made from fermented green tea grown organically, without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. The teas used for these cakes are up to 2-3 years old.

    This beautiful tea cake is in itself a beautiful accessory on the table, a real eye catcher, collector's item even. A tea to share with friends and a 100% natural and delicious tea for all Pu'Er lovers!

    Pu'Er cake packaged in China, a wonderful gift idea

    These cakes are an eye catcher in themselves and are packaged in the beautiful boxes with printing in Chinese and English. This immediately makes it not only a delicious tea for yourself, but also a wonderful and very original gift.

    Using Pu'Er tea

    In China, brewing cake teas is a real ritual, but in this simple way you make a perfect cake tea at home in 2 stages: first rinse, then brew.

    Break off pieces of the cake :

    • For a one-liter pot 12-15 grams,

    • per cup approximately 3 grams

    Pour over with water at 80°C, and drain immediately after 10-15 seconds

    Refill with 80°C water and leave to infuse for 2-3 minutes

    Ingredients

    Yunnan Pu'Eh fermented green tea from organic certified agriculture

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

Pu'er green tea cake organic

200 gr / 1

€64,79

  • Pu'Er cake: gets better with age, like Bordeaux wines

    Pu'Er tea comes from the Chinese province of Yunnan. It is a so-called post-fermented tea. That is, the tea actually still ripens while you keep it - just like a bottle of red wine. So it gets tastier with age!

    Pu'Er in the West has all kinds of spellings like Pu Ehr, Pu'er, Pu-ehr and so on. But it is always the same type of tea.

    Pu'Er cakes: beautiful pressed tea from Yunnan, with a rich history.

    Pu'Er goes far back in history. The so-called "cake" is nothing but tea that was compressed into shapes of round "cakes". This was done in ancient China for several reasons. The cake was convenient to transport - in those days still on horseback - for barter, and later even as currency or as a distinguished gift.

    Even today, Pu'Er cake tea is still a pressed tea from which you break off a piece to make tea.

    Genuine Pu'Er: with a protected trade name and origin

    Since the Song Dynasty, the city of Pu'Er has been one of the most important centers of quality tea in the world, and since 2003 Pu Erh has also had a protected trade name.

    This means that tea can only have the name Pu'Er if it actually comes from Pu'Er. Tea from Pu'Er tends to be of particularly high quality.

    Green and black Pu'Er cakes

    The taste of Pu'Er is somewhat earthy and a little sweet. The leaves are rolled and shaped after harvest and then put to dry in drying rooms with temperature and humidity control. At the end of this process, the leaves are called "mao cha," literally "raw tea.

    Mao cha can be treated in two ways, shou or sheng.

    • Sheng Pu'Er is known in the West as green Pu'Er, the leaves are pressed into a cake and then packed and stored to mature and ferment naturally.

    • Shou Pu'Er is known to us as black or ripe Pu'er. These leaves are moistened and then covered to undergo a months-long fermentation process. In that process, all kinds of microbes and enzymes are stimulated, which support digestion. After that process, the tea leaves are pressed into cakes.

    Organic Pu'Er black tea cake organic

    This Pu'Er cake is made from fermented green tea grown organically, without the use of pesticides, herbicides or fertilizers. The teas used for these cakes are up to 2-3 years old.

    This beautiful tea cake is in itself a beautiful accessory on the table, a real eye catcher, collector's item even. A tea to share with friends and a 100% natural and delicious tea for all Pu'Er lovers!

    Pu'Er cake packaged in China, a wonderful gift idea

    These cakes are an eye catcher in themselves and are packaged in the beautiful boxes with printing in Chinese and English. This immediately makes it not only a delicious tea for yourself, but also a wonderful and very original gift.

    Using Pu'Er tea

    In China, brewing cake teas is a real ritual, but in this simple way you make a perfect cake tea at home in 2 stages: first rinse, then brew.

    Break off pieces of the cake :

    • For a one-liter pot 12-15 grams,

    • per cup approximately 3 grams

    Pour over with water at 80°C, and drain immediately after 10-15 seconds

    Refill with 80°C water and leave to infuse for 2-3 minutes

    Ingredients

    Yunnan Pu'Eh fermented green tea from organic certified agriculture

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.