Understanding Pu-erh Shaping and Packaging Methods by feil4msol

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Understanding Pu-erh Shaping
      and Packaging Methods
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Pu-erh tea has a special packaging
         method and may come in
                  different shapes.
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Green & Black Pu-erh teas are left
loose or compressed in “cakes” of
         different shapes.
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 a) Brick Tea (Juan Cha)
b) Cake Tea (Beeng Cha)
 c) Bell Shape (Toa Cha)
d) Shape (Maw Gu Toaw)
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  After tea is compressed, it is bundled with
 paper made with natural fiber & bundled with
dried bamboo leaves in stacks of 7 which they
                  call TUNG.
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It is a very old method that is guaranteed to
keep the tea clean and tightly packed which
           aids in their fermentation.
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Pu-erh can be dome-shaped (tuo cha), square
or brick shaped (cha Zhuan), pumpkin-shaped
             or any other shape.
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     The College of Pu-erh Tea of Yunnan
Agricultural University owns decorative panels
                made by Pu-erh.
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No matter how the Pu-erh Tea is shaped,
  the taste which is rich and smooth is
       something you can ENJOY.
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