Osmanthus Pu’er
Garden Direct Pu'er Blend
Osmanthus Pu’er
Osmanthus Pu’er
Shu Pu’er is a fermented tea with a warming and boosting effect. It is the traditional tea served with Cantonese and fine Chinese cuisines.

Sublime floral aroma, fermented honey wine, apricots, earthy core and pure nectar sweetness

About This Tea

Pu’er tea has a firm and refreshing taste with a digestive and stimulating energy. Pu’er tea is often blended with stimulating spices, citrus peels, aromatic flowers and herbs. Osmanthus flowers are one such traditional ingredient blended with Pu’er tea. They lend a heady floral aroma and sweet taste sensations of apricot and fruity honey that balances with the richness and deep taste of Shu Pu’er tea. This blend is like nectar and fermented honey wine with tea. Osmanthus flowers have been used in Chinese food and folk medicine culture for centuries and are common in mooncakes, liquors and cleansing tea formulas. During autumn, osmanthus flowers are harvested and blended with our five-year aged organic Shu Pu’er tea. The result is pure nectar sweetness, deep Pu’er tea taste and a sublime floral aroma.


Wa Shan, Cangyuan County, Yunnan Province, China

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Traditional Tea Preparation

Add 6-7 grams to a gaiwan or gongfu teapot (per 150ml-200ml).
Use 200°F water.
Don’t rinse this tea.
Infuse the first brew for 1-2 minutes depending on how strong you like your tea.
Infuse 2nd and subsequent brews for 45-60 seconds.

Repeat several times until the flavor and aroma of the tea dissipates. As the brewing session ensues, increase infusion time to coax out the body and strength of the final infusions.

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Wa Shan

Cangyuan County, Yunnan Province, China

Wa Shan Ecological Tea Garden sits in Lincang, on the border with Myanmar (Burma) in southwestern Yunnan. Surrounded by a lush and biodiverse mountainous region, this certified organic tea farm is one we have been working with since 2013. Wa Shan is a famous tea mountain since ancient times named after the Wa ethnic minority who have farmed tea in this region for more than a thousand years.

Region Details


Southwestern China


1600-1800 meters


March - June


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