To complement this pu-erh's rich and elegant taste, ginger and orange peel have been added. The brew turns golden brown and has a warm, dark and earthy taste with a spicy interplay.
The production of pu-erh is surrounded by music. What sets puerh apart from other types of tea is that it is compressed and given the opportunity to develop - or have added - a bacterial culture after oxidation, and preferably stored over time. Some types can be stored as fine wine. It is common for pu-erhs to be 3 to 10 years old. Puerh tea has a very complex, strong and earthy taste.