Liu Bao and pu-erh tea are both types of Chinese tea that are known for their rich, earthy flavors.
Liu Bao Tea
Liu Bao tea is a type of fermented tea that is produced in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China.
It is made from a blend of several different types of tea leaves, including leaves from the wild tea trees that grow in the region. Liu Bao tea is known for its dark color and strong, mellow flavor. It is often aged for several years before it is ready to be consumed
Pu-erh tea is a type of fermented tea that is produced in the Yunnan province of China.
This type of tea is known to have a wide array of flavor depending upon the origin of the tea, how long it has been aged, as well as the corresponding storage conditions. Pu’erh tea can be aged for several years or even decades before it is consumed and is often pressed into cakes or bricks for easier storage and transportation.