Why Choose Chinese Puer Tea to Grow Your Business.

Why Choose Chinese Puer Tea to Grow Your Business.

The global health supplements market is experiencing substantial growth, with various segments showing significant demand. The overall nutritional supplements market was estimated at USD 381.47 billion in 2022 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2023 to 2030. Specifically, the dietary supplements sector had a market size of USD 164.0 billion in 2022 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 9.0% during the same period

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The health supplement market as a whole, which includes vitamins and minerals among other products, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 6.5% from 2022 to 2030. In a more focused view, the market for dietary supplements was valued at USD 155.2 billion in 2022 and is expected to rise to USD 220.8 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 7.3%

The demand for sports nutritional supplements and increased consumer health awareness are among the factors contributing to the market's growth, with expectations for the dietary supplement market to reach $288.5 billion by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 9.9% from 2021 to 2030. Additionally, women’s health and beauty supplements were valued at USD 53.4 billion in 2022 and are predicted to grow at a CAGR of 5.1% from 2023 to 2030

China's Pu'er tea

China's Pu'er tea market has an important position in the health supplement sector, with Pu'er tea believed to have many health benefits

1.Health Benefits: Pu'er tea is traditionally thought to aid digestion, weight loss, lower blood lipids, lower blood pressure and promote good health. It is thought to have detoxifying, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and many believe it is beneficial for longevity.

2.Market size: China's Pu'er tea market is huge, with both domestic sales and export volumes. Pu'er tea is also exported to all over the world, especially East Asia, Southeast Asia and some Western countries.

3.Pu'er tea is usually divided into raw tea (raw Pu'er) and cooked tea (ripe Pu'er). They are prepared and stored in different ways and therefore have different tastes and properties.

4.Health Trend: As people's attention to health continues to increase, Pu'er tea is highly sought after as a natural health product. Some consumers believe it helps with weight management, reducing stress and improving health.

Why choose us?

Direct Source Collaboration: Direct cooperation with native villages to ensure the authenticity and high quality of Pu'er tea.

Diverse Product Selection: Offering a wide range of up to several dozen selected Pu'er teas.

Small Order Customization Expert: Focused on meeting the needs of small batch customization in the international market.

Personalized Brand Customization: Providing OEM services, custom packaging, and brand design to create a unique brand image.

Competitive Pricing and Integrated Supply Chain: Offering competitive prices and streamlined procurement processes through supply chain integration.

Professional Pu'er Tea Knowledge Support: Providing customers with in-depth knowledge of Pu'er tea, aiding in sales. Contact us for a free sample. Taste the original Pu'er tea from the deep mountains of Yunnan, China.See our main Pu'er tea types.


Pu’er raw tea

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Originating from Bingdao Village in Mengku Town, Shuangjiang County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, Bingdao Tea is renowned for its five sub-villages: Bingdao Old Village, Dijie, Nanpo, Nuowu, and Bawai. Generally, when referring to Bingdao Puerh tea, it specifically means Bingdao Old Village. Bingdao tea is classified as a large-leaf tea variety, characterized by thick and robust leaves with a brownish-black tea color. Its aroma is gentle and carries hints of rock sugar sweetness, which harmoniously accompanies the tea broth, providing a long-lasting and subtle fragrance. The liquor exhibits a bright and radiant golden-yellow color.

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Upon sipping, it swiftly leaves a refreshing and mouthwatering aftertaste, and the transformation from bitterness to sweetness in the mouth is one of the reasons why people are enamored with this tea. Bingdao tea is also known for its exceptional steeping endurance, yielding over 20 infusions while maintaining its golden hue and rich flavor. The leaves are thick, complete in shape, and exhibit soft vitality.

Benefits: Bingdao tea is believed to have various health benefits, including promoting intestinal health, lowering cholesterol, enhancing alertness, and reducing blood pressure.

Suitable for: Those who enjoy meat consumption, individuals dealing with weight-related concerns, and more.

Xigui Tea

Originating from Bangdong Township in Linxiang District, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China, Xigui Tea is a hidden gem nestled in a remote corner of the world, perched above the seas of clouds on the Lancang River. Xigui Tea represents the middle to low-altitude tea gardens in the Puerh tea mountains. It is characterized by its distinctive appearance, featuring willow-leaf-shaped leaves, long black strips, hairless backs, inconspicuous stems, and high recognizability.

The tea exudes a sharp and elegant aroma, while the liquor boasts a pale yellow clarity, a rich and full-bodied mouthfeel, fine water veins, and a slight hint of astringency. It offers a swift and vigorous aftertaste, with a strong and unique mushroom-like fragrance and orchid-like aroma. The finishing infusion is sweet, smooth, and silky, earning it the reputation of "Lincang Old Banzhang." It combines the graceful fragrance of Lincang tea with the assertive tea essence reminiscent of Old Banzhang, making it a classic representative of softness with a touch of strength.

Laopanzhang Tea

Hailing from Bulangshan, Bulang Township, Menghai County, Xishuangbanna Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China, Lao Ban Zhang, known as the "King of Puerh Tea," possesses a bold and dominant flavor profile that makes it the most robust among Puerh teas. It belongs to the standard large-leaf tea variety, characterized by thick and robust tea leaves, plump buds, and abundant trichomes. The liquor displays a bright and radiant golden-yellow hue, with an overall aroma reminiscent of floral honey. The orchid fragrance is prominent, and the lingering aroma in the cup is enduring. The tea broth is full-bodied, evenly distributed, refreshing, and features a long-lasting aftertaste. It exhibits exceptional steeping endurance, with a well-balanced bitterness and a quick dissipation.

Benefits: Lao Ban Zhang tea is believed to have various health benefits, including radiation resistance, cancer prevention, anti-aging properties, heat-clearing and detoxifying effects, as well as antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Daisetsuzan Tea

Originating from Mengku Town, Shuangjiang County, Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China, Daxue Mountain dry tea leaves are robust and plump, displaying prominent buds. The tea aroma is elevated, featuring wildflower and honey scents. The liquor is bright and clear. In terms of taste, it starts with a slight bitterness upon the first sip, but it quickly transforms into sweetness, followed by a rapid and enduring aftertaste. The flavor interlaces between sweet and bitter, striking a harmonious balance, leaving a refreshing fragrance throughout the mouth, accompanied by a strong sense of wilderness that instantly tantalizes the taste buds.

Nutritional Value: Daxue Mountain tea is believed to have various health benefits, including obesity prevention, aiding digestion, alleviating greasiness, and regulating blood lipids.

Huangjiazhai Tea

Originating from Huangjiazhai in Mangshui Town, Changning County, Baoshan City, Yunnan Province, China, this tea is grown at an average altitude of over 1800 meters in the pristine environment of Mangshui, benefiting from a unique climate and soil conditions that are highly conducive to tea growth. These conditions result in tea leaves with a higher content of water-soluble substances, contributing to the tea's distinctive character. The tea liquor exhibits a yellow-green hue. It carries a floral aroma that is exceptionally enduring, leaning towards a sweet and gentle profile. The taste is full-bodied and mellow, with a strong and lasting aftertaste that invigorates the palate. It possesses a lingering mountainous charm, often described as "golden broth with honey sweetness, echoing springs on the tongue."

Old-fashioned Tea

Originating from the Millennium Tea Village in Changning County, Baoshan City, Yunnan Province, China, Changning Old Tree Tea is grown in a unique and advantageous tea-growing environment. The surrounding mountains are not very high, creating a relatively flat terrain in the middle of the valley where settlements thrive. This tea benefits from the region's exceptional conditions, including its geographical location and the preservation of ancient tea-picking techniques. It is carefully crafted using selected leaves from old tea trees, imparting a sweet, mellow, and enduring fragrance to the tea.

Benefits: Changning Old Tree Tea is believed to have properties that help reduce oiliness and alleviate heat-related discomfort, making it a refreshing choice during hot weather.

Kasumi Tea

Hailing from Changning County, Baoshan City, Yunnan Province, China, this tea has undergone a journey of refinement, meeting us with its unique and diverse characteristics. In spring, the leaves are slender and tender, rich in content, and possess a refreshing quality with abundant inner substance. The liquor transitions from a golden yellow to an orange hue, releasing a fragrant aroma that blends seamlessly with the water, creating a rich and enduring fragrance. As the tea flows over the palate, its aromatic essence lingers, leaving a swift and robust mouthwatering sensation.

 Ripe Puerh Tea

Old Tree Ripe Tea

The raw materials for this tea originate from the Brown Mountain range within Menghai County, Xishuangbanna Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China. It is situated near the Sino-Myanmar border, characterized by dense forest cover and an exceptional ecological environment. With an average altitude of over 1600 meters, this tea is sourced from ancient tea gardens of large-leaf variety tea trees in Menghai, free from pollution. This particular vintage ripe tea offers a profound tasting experience. It begins with a rich and full-bodied flavor that transitions from bitterness to sweetness, followed by an endless and refreshing aftertaste. The aroma exhibits floral and fruity notes with hints of camphor wood, while the texture of the tea is full-bodied and velvety, carrying a deep and robust profile. The beauty of vintage ripe tea lies not only in its immediate enjoyment but also in the changes it undergoes over time, bringing the joy of storing and aging tea.

Glutinous Rice Tea

The raw materials for this tea originate from the ancient tea gardens in Lincang Base, Yunnan, China, situated at elevations ranging from 1800 to 2000 meters. Surrounded by lush forests, these gardens are home to fully mature, ecologically pristine, large-leaf tea trees. The high-quality raw materials combined with traditional craftsmanship, especially the meticulous control of fermentation, result in a tea with an exceptionally rich layering and intense character.

The tea features a medley of floral and fruity fragrances, intermingled with notes of jujube and wood. The tea broth envelopes the palate, becoming sweeter with each sip. Over time, the aged aroma becomes particularly pronounced, offering a comfortable and relaxing experience, whether in the fragrance at the bottom of the cup or in the tea liquor itself. The remarkable value for money of this tea, with its exceptional aged fragrance, lowers the threshold for consumers to enjoy high-quality Puerh ripe tea, providing tea enthusiasts with access to premium tea at an affordable price.

Ancient Rhythm Aged Tea

The tea broth resembles glutinous rice in its thick and smooth texture, making it a palatable grade of ripe tea, commonly referred to as "Nuoliao." Ripe tea offers a warming and stomach-nourishing flavor. Its aroma carries a subtle floral scent, and upon sipping, it provides a soft and velvety mouthfeel. Ripe tea undergoes a fermentation process, resulting in a mild tea character that is gentle on the stomach, contributing to a warm and comforting taste. It is believed to promote better sleep and offers long-term health benefits when consumed regularly.

Ingredients: The raw materials used in this tea come from the Xishuangbanna region and are processed using traditional fermentation techniques in Menghai.

Production: Traditional fermentation and stone grinding are employed in the production process.

Appearance: The tea is carefully selected and refined, with plump buds, clear strips, and a round and smooth cake shape.

Characteristics: The tea liquor has a rich and bright red color, a viscous texture, and a sweet, glutinous, and smooth mouthfeel.

If you are interested in our tea business, please do not hesitate to contact us to request a complimentary sample of Puerh tea for tasting.


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