Yunnan Golden Pu erh - Clari•Tea House

A wonderful Pu'erh with lots of golden tips. 

Steep for 1 min at 195°F (90°C)

HOT 1-1.5 tsp of tea : 8oz water. Steep for 1 min.


To make iced tea follow steeping guidelines for iced tea then dilute with ice.

When combining teas, follow guidelines for the tea with lowest temperature and steeping time.  

Add more tea instead of time if desiring stronger flavor.

Specific teas will turn bitter if brewed for to long.

Long before the Western world heard of tea, horsemen in Yunnan province located in China were trading the best tea ever made. The tea has since been kept a secret for several centuries, but it is now out. The robust and elegant Yunnan Golden Pu-erh tea is now a delicacy enjoyed by many people around the world.

History has it that the Yunnan Pu-erh tea was first given as dowry payment by a Chinese princess in 641AD. Over the years, special meaning has been attached to the tea, with one emperor terming it as a “tribute to the kingdom of heaven.”

What Makes This Tea Unique

The Yunnan Golden Pu-erh tea is characterized by earthy notes and smooth sweet quality. The processing methods are responsible for the exquisite qualities. After picking the leaves, they are sun-dried into a base tea known as maocha and then undergo fermentation. The fermentation process leads to the activation of the enzymes and is responsible for the earthy taste.

Those who have embraced the beverage appreciate not only its taste but also the numerous benefits attached to it. The darkest tea of all is not only complex in its history, but also in its nature of endless aging.

Our brand is a traditional Yunnan Pu-erh, which makes a bold tea. One is likely to get three strong steeps for each use. Its earthy flavor is very dark, which gives it a compost-like taste. Some people may dislike the taste, but for those who appreciate it, it will quickly become a new favorite.

If you want your guests to remember your tea serving forever, Yunnan Golden Pu-erh tea is the way to go. It leaves your taste buds longing for more with the touch of earthy sweetness that indicates a carefully controlled fermentation procedure.