Theme - Shu - Ripe Puerh

Ripened Shou Cha tea is pressed maocha that has been specially processed to imitate aged raw Sheng Cha tea.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Teas - Shu - Ripe Puerh

2009 Ripe Puerh Tea Paste "Cha Gao" 25g

2009 Ripe Puerh Tea Paste
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Almost on the verge of disappearing, Pu-erh tea paste used to be the special tribute to the Qing...

2014 Mengsong Ripe Puerh Cake

2014 Mengsong Ripe Puerh Cake
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2014 late spring harvest, Mengsong area, moderate fermentation. Classic Menghai area...

2000 Shu Pu 7262

2000 Shu Pu 7262
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Factory - „tailor-made” private production “Zhong Cha Gong Si” in Dayi (Menghai tea factory)...

2013 Yunnan Sourcing "Year of the Snake Red

2013 Yunnan Sourcing
3.5 stars 1 review

A premium ripe tea composed entirely from 6 and 4 years aged ripe tea from Lincang. Light to...

2005 Boyou TF 0508M Ripe Puerh Cake

2005 Boyou TF 0508M Ripe Puerh Cake
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Boyou was founded in 2005, now is one of the factories which still adhere to the strictest...

2005 Boyou TF 0507M Ripe Puerh Cake

2005 Boyou TF 0507M Ripe Puerh Cake
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Boyou was founded in 2005, now is one of the factories which still adhere to the strictest...


Quotes - Shu - Ripe Puerh

„Ripened or aged raw pu-erh has occasionally been mistakenly categorised as a subcategory of black tea due to the dark red colour of its leaves and liquor. However, pu-erh in both its ripened and aged forms has undergone secondary oxidization and fermentation caused both by organisms growing in the tea and free-radical oxidation, thus making it a unique type of tea. This divergence in production style not only makes the flavour and texture of pu-erh tea different but also results in a rather different chemical makeup to resulting brewed liquor.“

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„After picking appropriate tender leaves, the first step in making raw or ripened pu'er is an optional wilting/withering stage, thus converting the leaf to maocha.“

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q493] [s62]


„Poor control in fermentation/oxidation process can result in bad ripened pu'er, characterized by badly decomposed leaves and an aroma and texture reminiscent of compost.“

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Source Web: Pu-erh tea[online]. Wikipedia. Available on WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pu-erh_tea>. [q500] [s62]



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Source Film: The Tibetan Book of the Dead: A Way of Life: (2 parts)[online]. NHK Creative of Japan, Mistral Film of France, National Film Board of Canada, 1994. Available on WWW: <http://www.uloz.to>. [q90] [s18]

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