Pu'er tea, large tree, up to 16 meters high, tender branches with micro-hairs, terminal buds with white pubescence. Leaves thin leathery, oval, dry brown-green above, slightly glossy, light green below, pubescent on the middle ribs, the rest pubescent, bald old leaves; lateral veins 8-9 pairs, obvious above. Flowers axillary, pubescent. Bracts 2, early fall. Sepals 5, suborbicular, glabrous outside. Petals 6-7, obovate, glabrous. Stamens 8-10 mm long, free, glabrous. Ovary 3-loculed, hairy; Style 8 mm long, apex 3-lobed. Capsule flat triangular globose. Seeds 1 per locule, subcircular, 1 cm in diameter. (Specimen information comes from Chinese flora)
Pu'er tea is mainly produced in Xishuangbanna, Lincang, Pu'er and other areas of Yunnan Province. Pu'er Tea pays attention to brewing skills and drinking art. It has abundant drinking methods, which can be either clear or mixed. Pu'er tea soup is rich in orange and persistent in aroma, unique in aroma type, rich in flavor and durable in foaming.