Just like fine wine, there are certain varieties of tea that age beautifully, accentuating or transforming their flavor and increasing their value. While most teas have a shelf life of about a year, after which the flavor becomes dull and stale, specific varieties of white, oolong and pu’er tea taste even better with time. Artfully aging high-quality tea bestows tea leaves with astonishing depth of flavor and complexity, as well as the special essence of time that the soul savors with delight. In order to be considered “aged” tea must be at least 5 years old but can be aged upwards of 50 years if stored in good condition.Read More›
Last week, we wrote a bit about our artisan Liji Pu’er Tea Collection. Today, we’re excited to share more about how sipping pu’er tea can benefit your health and wellbeing.
Unlike other teas, pu’er undergoes a unique process of microbial fermentation that actually increases its healing properties.
Here are 4 ways moderate consumption of good quality pu’er, like our Liji brand, can benefit you:Read More›