Puer cannot be produced in Taiwan, and our offerings are made in Yunnan, Mainland China. It is in small balls, blocks or plates. There is also aged Puer over 15 years.
Though normal tea is naturally oxidized and fermented, Puer is fermented by bacteria. Due to its history, it looks brown. When water is added, it appears dark brown. It is featured for its strong flavor. High quality Puer tastes smooth and fresh, without an old scent or astringent flavor. Serve with boiled water at nearly 100 degrees.