Young Pu'erh is broken up from the fermented tea cakes that contain leaves that have been picked, rolled, withered in the hot sun and then steamed and pressed. The steaming process is responsible for the musty and earthy characteristics of Pu'erh tea. Just like wine, young Pu'erhs are considered less valuable than the older ones (five years+) as the taste mellows with age. This tea is young as it is only one year old but it does have a very earthy, musty flavour and considered to have properties to aid digestion.
Ingredients: Pu'erh tea.
Moderate caffeine levels.