Raw Pu’er, made with fresh leaves yet to undergo the fermentation process unlike Ripe Pu'er, is a great alternative for those who like green teas. Containing a similar grassy astringency, it has a much heavier liquor body than most green teas. In Asia many tea enthusiasts collect Raw Pu’er for storage, mainly because it ages like fine wine, developing into a richer Aged Pu’er caliber year on year.
Traits: smooth and mellow finish with grassy, fresh, astringent notes, and a honey colored liquor
16 Naturally Caffeinated Whole Leaf Tea Bags
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