Collection: Cooked puerh

Richness and depth from Yunnan.

Cooked Pu-erh, also known as ripe or shou Pu-erh, was developed as a way to accelerate the fermentation process of the tea leaves, mimicking the aging process of raw Pu-erh tea (sheng Pu-erh). This method was devised to provide a product with a milder flavor profile compared to raw Pu-erh, which requires many years of aging to develop its characteristic taste. Today, we know that cooked puerh can also be matured with some beautiful examples such as 90's #7581 bricks, #7572 from early 2000's, and even loose cooked puerh with some truly delicious Meng Hai Tea Factory loose tea.