[Does Pu’er Tea Bitter?]_ Functions_Features

[Does Pu’er Tea Bitter?]_ Functions_Features

There is no doubt that Pu’er tea can have a good health effect on the human body, and Pu’er tea is also a special type of tea in Yunnan. Therefore, if you travel to Yunnan, don’t miss the substitution of Pu’er tea.

Pu’er tea has a certain effect on softening blood vessels, so patients with arterial atherosclerosis can accommodate more Pu’er tea.

But how many people have doubts, is Pu’er tea bitter?

Bitterness is the original nature of tea. Tea was called “bitter tea” in ancient times, and it has been proven.

The earliest wild tea, the tea soup was bitter and difficult to import. After long-term domestication by our ancestors, the “wild-type” tea tree and the “excessive” tea tree have become today’s “cultivated” tea trees.

Although this is a series of evolutionary processes of plant physiology, from the standpoint of the taste, we are more concerned about the bitterness that is difficult to import, and gradually the bitterness is thin, so that ordinary people can afford and consider delicious treasures.

After suffering first, we can return to sweetness and bring the true enlightenment to Pu’er tea tasters.

Contains bitterness which can be blended into a part of Pu’er tea product, which goes hand in hand with other tea flavors.

Pu’er tea is bitter because it contains “caffeine.”

Tea is so refreshing because the caffeine has an exciting effect on the human nervous system.

From the poems and essays of ancient literati Moker, you can see the praise of tea for refreshing and expelling the nephew. Treating tea as an elixir is actually the bitter caffeine action in tea.

Really healthy Pu’er tea products are not enhanced by the bitter taste, but from the slightly bitter tea soup to achieve the effect of regaining the sweet throat, and can also reveal the truth of bitterness.

A bitter grain-flavored tea seems to be called something for those “old tea-hands”.