Introduction to Pu’er Tea

Pu’er tea is the highest oxidation degree of tea in black tea. After fermentation and storage for many years, it means that they will only become better with age, and the flavor will improve, thus increasing the value. Rich, simple and smooth Pu’er tea is one of the most complex kinds of tea. The core area of southwest Yunnan is Pu’er City, the base of the ancient tea market in the province, from which the name Pu’ er Tea is obtained.


Pure Pu’er tea is one of the highest quality Pu’ er tea in the world. It is selected from ancient large-leafed tea trees, which grew up in the distant foggy mountains of Yunnan, China, and are stored in the famous Russian River vineyards in Sonoma County, California. Pu’er tea, after drying, naturally brewing, into a smooth, mellow healthy tea.


Pu’er tea is planted and distributed in Yunnan Province, China. It has been an important cultural tea for more than 2000 years. There are many preparation methods of Pu’er tea, including different fermentation time, from one month to several decades. This process not only creates a unique flavor in tea, but also brings amazing health benefits.