Ripe Puerh Tea Knowledge

by Brooke Davis April 22, 2016

Ripe Puerh Tea Knowledge

What is Pu-erh Tea?

drink ripe puerhYou will find that with people drinking this Chinese tea, there are different factors and reasons that they want to drink the tea.  For men, it will help keep them in good health. For women, they will be able to lose it as a weight loss option.  For seniors, it helps them achieve a longer life, and for children, it will actually help them increase their appetite. Pu-erh tea is actually named after the area that it is produced in of China. You will find that if you want pu-erh tea, you are going to need to check out the shaiqing maocha tea and look at the Yunnan large-leaf tea tree leaves that produce this leave so that tea can be made.  There are always two types of puerh tea that people drink, ripe and raw Pu-erh.

About Ripe Puerh Tea

What you will find is that the ripe puerh is actually created through a fermentation process of the raw materials.  With puerh, the material from the Yunnan large leaf tea is fermented through the piling process.  You will find that once the piling happens, the bitter taste reduces and that is one of the main reasons why people like the fermented option of puerh.

Shaiqing Maocha

You will find that this particular type of tea is created in the Yunnan province and it is known as a traditional green tea in Yunnan.  This tea is referred to as “dianqing” in Yunnan.

Piling

Piling is a process that need clean and no other bad smells.  It makes it so that the tea is pure and so that there is nothing in it that could taint it.  When piling, it should avoid sunlight and keep the temperature lower and the humidity under control. 

Piling started in the 1970s and it has been used as a popular method for creating great tea throughout the years.  There are actually tea factories in the Yunnan and Kunming areas that do this so that the tea can be piled in a controlled atmosphere.  With catechins, the tea will oxidize in a short period of time and it will help reduce the bitter taste, piling is an important process.

Understanding the Health Benefits of Ripe Puerh

You will find that puerh has a very mild taste and it is great for stomach protection.  Puerh has other benefits and is good for helping to decrease blood pressure, for people that continue to drink it; it will lower the cholesterol levels in the body.  This is definitely a tea to drink for good health, weight loss, and appetite suppression.

drinking method

Tips for When to Drink Puerh Tea

  • Don’t drink tea when you are in empty stomach
  • Brew it for a short period of time to get ideal results
  • Don’t drink tea within an hour of a meal
  • Don’t drink tea too close to bedtime
  • Keep your tea set clean
  • Brew your tea with a proper method



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