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Pu-erh Tea

Pu-erh teas are fermented and aged, meaning they only get better with age, improving in flavor and thus increasing in value. Rich, earthy, and always smooth, pu-erhs are one of the most complex tea categories.

  • Emperor Pu-erh 2008
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    漢字 宮廷普洱茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft shou (cooked)

    flavor notes bright, chocolate mint

    漢字 宮廷普洱茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft shou (cooked)

    flavor notes bright, chocolate mint

    This Emperor Pu-erh is comprised of small hand-picked young leaves and buds, gathered in Spring of 2008 from Menghai County in Xishuangbanna, the lush tea growing region of Yunnan, China. It’s a region rich in history and in the unique environmental factors ideal for cultivating good quality pu-erh. Picked tea...


  • Wild Leaf Menghai Sheng Pu-Erh 2003
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    漢字 陳年野生生普洱茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft sheng (raw)

    flavor notes rich, camphor

    漢字 陳年野生生普洱茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft sheng (raw)

    flavor notes rich, camphor

    Our 2003 Wild Leaf comes from the ancient tea trees that have grown for hundreds of years on the mountainous slopes of southern China’s Yunnan province in Menghai County. Harvested and crafted by the aboriginal people of Yunnan, the tea is a “sheng” or raw pu-erh – aged naturally –...


  • Emperor Pu-erh Cake 2008
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    漢字 宮廷普洱餅茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft pressed

    flavor notes crisp, marzipan

    漢字 宮廷普洱餅茶

    origin Menghai, Yunnan

    craft pressed

    flavor notes crisp, marzipan

    Our Emperor Pu-erh Cake is comprised of small hand-picked young leaves and buds, gathered in Spring of 2008 from Menghai County in Xishuangbanna, the lush tea growing region of Yunnan, China. It’s a region rich in history and in the unique environmental factors ideal for cultivating good quality pu-erh. Crafted...


  • Imperial Pu-erh 2012
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    漢字 宮廷普洱茶

    origin Yunnan

    craft shou (cooked)

    flavor notes wood, walnut

    漢字 宮廷普洱茶

    origin Yunnan

    craft shou (cooked)

    flavor notes wood, walnut

    Imperial grade pu-erh teas like this one were first crafted as tributary teas for the Chinese emperor. Only young leaves were thought worthy for these imperial gifts. Crafted in Menghai County of Yunnan, this relatively young pu-erh has already developed a bold, rich body - a sign of potential for future aging....


  • Aged Collection
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    Our Aged Collection is a great way to learn about aged teas - both fermented pu-erhs and aged oolongs. With a range of flavors covering everything from the bold, earthy notes of traditional pu-erh to the dried fruit notes that develop with long term dry aging, we think this collection is sure to include something you haven't tasted before. Included in the Aged Collection are four 1 ounce bags of tea, representing different crafting styles and flavor profiles....

  • Jingmai Sheng Pu-erh, Spring
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    漢字 景邁生春茶

    origin Jingmai, Yunnan

    craft sheng (raw)

    flavor notes hay, green sugarcane

    漢字 景邁生春茶

    origin Jengmai, Yunnan

    craft sheng (raw)

    flavor notes hay, green sugarcane

    A spring harvest of maocha (unaged pu-erh) from an organic farm in southern Yunnan Province. Harvested at over 1400 meters above sea level, from trees that are between 30-40 years old, this green pu-erh lacks the bitterness we often expect from this style. Instead, our Jingmai Sheng offers a bright, herbaceous...


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