Pu-erh Tea? Yes! It’s getting famous…
Since we have been getting a lot of inquiries about Pu-erh tea, so we decided to give all the juicy information to you!
How about Pu-erh cake? Yes, cake! Now, in order for this to make sense, enjoy this short video crash course on everything (well a little bit of everything) about Pu-erh tea!
In this video, you are going to discover…
1. why Pu-erh tea has been getting all these buzz lately?
2. why it is called the Pu-erh tea?
3. Is Pu-erh cake really a cake?
In the above video: We have been getting quite a lot about inquiries about Pu-erh and that’s really exciting development in Australia.
The reason is that, first not a lot of people are knows about Pu-erh but the people who are actually asking about it often they are jumping a few steps asking about the Pu-erh cake.
Now you may be wondering are we talking about tea still.
Did you just say cake?
Yes indeed I just said cake. Let me show you one of them, this is a Pu-erh cake.
Now there are many different kinds of Pu-erh.
The study of Pu-erh is a life long journey and I’m not pretending to be an expert in it, but let me share what I know about it.
To start, Pu-erh is actually a tea that gone through a very long period of fermentation time.
Comparing to any other tea, it’s actually better aged.
So we are saying that if you have managed to get your hands unto anything older than let’s say 15 years, guard it with your life.
And its bit like of those collectible things you can actually really pass it on to generations and get tremendous wealth out of it.
Now, Pu-erh is from China and to be greatly categorizes as Pu-erh, it has to be from the Pu-erh provinces itself.
Pu-erh province is actually a very bizarre.
This whole thing is a bit bizarre.
Pu-erh doesn’t actually make Pu-erh, but all the tea from Yunnan province come to Pu-erh and then it get to manufacture or and export that and so on.
Some of them actually export them. Create them, make them first then export them.
So it has to be Yunnan tea leaves in order to be made into Pu-erh, if you know a little bit of Chinese Trophy.
If say for example you’ve got a Pu-erh light tea but are actually made from Fujian province tea leaves it cannot be countered as Pu-erh.
It can be categorized as the Chinese black tea.
So that is something that is quite unique, and also Pu-erh is something that can actually split into two categorization.
One is raw one is ripe, and in the next video I’m going to tackle more about this, but here this little video is to tell you that Pu-erh is a vintage tea that is typically store for a long time.
It is known as good for digestion some Chinese herbalist actually suggest that older people actually drink that maybe an hour before bed for circulation purpose.
Pu-erh even though it looks really dark once you made it but it is actually very gentle to the stomach.
So there you go a little info about Pu-erh and the next one we will really get going into the Pu-erh tea cake.