Brewing Pu’er Tea 101
Something we’re proud of here at Arogya is the fact we’re the only authentic, artisan pu’er tea distributor in the United States. Wei, who grew up in China, has spent the last 10 years cultivating direct relationships with producers in Yunnan Province, therefore avoiding any middle party between the source and the cup. In addition to being unique for it’s healing and detoxing properties, the process of brewing pu’er tea is slightly different than most teas.
Here’s the 101 on how to brew dark and raw pu’er tea. For dark pu’er, you’ll want to use boiling hot water. For raw, use slightly less than boiling hot water.
You can learn more about our pu’er tea by reading this blog we recently shared.