Pu-erh Black is tea that has been fermented after drying and rolling the tea leaves.
Ellen's Pu-erh Black maintains a rich, fragrant flavor profile with a mellow finish.
Pu-erh teas are named after the city in which they originated: Pu'er City in the Yunnan Province of China. Davidson's Pu-erh Black is actually Shou Pu-erh, which differentiates itself from Sheng Pu-erh by its fermentation process. Shou translates to "cooking" in Chinese, and refers to the process of expediting fermentation with added heat and moisture. In this way, Shou Pu-erh is categorized as a black tea, whereas Sheng Pu-erh is a green because of its raw, uncooked nature. This is why we call it "Pu-erh Black."
Ingredients: Organic Pu-erh Tea