Typical of the Chinese province of Yunnan, perhaps the most famous of the fermented teas; it is characterized by its production: in fact, after being collected, the leaves are naturally dried in the sun. There are various types of Pu Erh and the one we propose is called Tuo Cha (沱茶, tuó chá) or bowl-shaped tea and is the result of the process that is carried out after boiling and drying the tea leaves in the sun to then be pressed into this form reminiscent of bird nests. This tea is pressed in the form of a bird's nest. As usual in the Chinese tea tradition, Pu Erh is fermented.
* 25gr correspond to about 3/4 nests of Pu Erh.
Ingredients: Pu Erh nest tea.
- 1 peace every 250 ml
- 02/03 min. of infusion