Today I got some amazing samples from a tea farmer in Yunnan. It’s a 2017 Xi Gui sheng pu erh tea. Checkout some pictures below of the wet leaves and tea colour. It brews a delicious flowery flavour.
All things Chinese tea, food and culture.
Due to the wide range of different tea types it can be sometimes confusing what the health benefits are. Find out about the health benefits of different teas and tisanes in the infographics below! Source: http://www.expressvending.co.uk/blog/health-benefits-teas-tisanes/
Learn how to let pu erh tea age in the skin of a pomelo and do it yourself! See the infographic below: