Raw Pu-erh tea, also known as “uncooked” or “green” Pu-erh, is a type of Chinese tea that is made from sun-dried and fermented Camellia sinensis leaves. It is typically grown in the Yunnan province of China and has a unique earthy taste and aroma. Raw Pu-erh tea is aged for a minimum of several months, but can be aged for several years or even decades. As it ages, its flavor and aroma change and can become more complex. It is often considered a delicacy and is highly valued by tea connoisseurs.
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