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How to Classify Pu-erh Teas (Part Two)

How to Classify Pu-erh Teas (Part Two)

How to Classify Pu-erh Teas (Part Two) In Part One of this blog series, we discussed two methods for classifying Pu-erh tea. Join us now as we continue to discuss the various methods of Pu-erh tea classification. Third Method: Classifying Pu-erh teas according to the shape of the tea Loose Tea: While Pu-erh tea is often pressed into a specific shape, loose tea retains the original shape of its leaves. This allows one to observe the original shape, color, and texture of the tea leaves. Generally speaking, loose tea is harvested from tea bushes. Tea Cake: The classic tea cake...

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How to Classify Pu-erh Teas (Part One)

How to Classify Pu-erh Teas (Part One)

  Pu-erh tea is unlike any other variety of tea. Containing various probiotics and Vitamins, it is beneficial to our body and our immune system, as it can prevent vascular sclerosis. You can learn more about this from our previous article: Differences Between Raw Pu-erh and Ripe Pu-erh. Pu-erh tea is an umbrella term that covers several delicious varieties of  tea, and according to different standards, there are several classifications to be aware of. Today, we at Denong Tea will teach you tea lovers several methods for classifying Pu-erh Teas. First Method: Classifying Pu-erh teas according to growth patterns Wild...

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Addiction for Pu-erh Tea

Addiction for Pu-erh Tea

People who fall in love with Pu-erh tea are quite aware that if you drink Pu-erh tea often, it’s hard to quit drinking. They just love the feeling of enjoying a nice cup of Pu-erh tea. When you encounter fine Pu-erh tea, the tea water is full of complexity. There's a sweetness, and the slight scent of aging. With one sip, the tea water warms your whole body in a way that is immensely satisfying.     Pu-erh tea is full of character, and always offers up a slightly different experience. Various tea trees from specific mountains all have different...

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Differences Between Raw Pu-erh and Ripe Pu-erh

Differences Between Raw Pu-erh and Ripe Pu-erh

In general, ripe Pu-erh uses the Drying Green Maocha as the original material. After going through a pilling process, it hastens the maturation to transform the bitter taste to a bittersweet, pure and smooth flavor. The liquid tea color becomes chestnut red and brown. Ripe Pu-erh’s active constituents include Thearubigins (TB), Theaflavins(TF), Theabrownin(TB), Gallic Acid and Vitamin C, etc. During the fermentation process, vitamin C increases rapidly, and most of the Polysaccharides transform into soluble Monosaccharides and Oligosaccharides. These constituents that change during the fermentation process play a crucial role in human immune system benefits. The fermentation process makes flavonoid...

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