In this section, I would like to introduce an interesting point of view on the substances contained in tea from trees of different age and in regards to their metabolism. It was originally written by Chinese author Isundust at the www. puer.cn website. I must admit that the author possesses ample knowledge of tea treesRead More
This page is devoted to the art of tea from the tea tree (Camellia sinensis) and to the tea culture, which is permeating the whole society in Asia and is slowly entering society all over the world. The culture of drinking tea can be compared to similar culture of drinking herbal infusions in different culturesRead More
Imagine the forest some thousand years ago. How many trees could have possibly survived till now? Yet, today there are still tea trees, which were yielding the harvests of tea leaves to dozens and maybe even a hundred generations back. The place of their origin is in the Yunnan province of China. The tea plantRead More
Maybe you have already come across a Puer tea cake with big leaves and wonder why it is like that. So what is the difference between big leaves and buds? Stay tuned. … coming soon.