Imperial Pu Erh
One of China’s favorite teas, pu-er tea was used as a tribute in the Qing Court during the 19th century. Its taste comes from using young harvested leaves that have been fermented and stored in dry storage for 15 years. This fully fermented tea has a rich body, balanced mellowness and an earthy flavor. It is said to have medicinal and digestive qualities. To make this tea, steep in spring water at a boiling temperature for one and a half minutes. This tea comes in a genuine bamboo canister, and is made in Yunnan Province, China.