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Pu'er - Tuocha



Pu'er - Tuocha
The reason why the shape of Tuocha has a concave circular socket at the bottom and a gap in the middle like a bowl is to stack, store, prevent mildew during long-distance pack transportation, and reduce the loss and quality during transportation. Tuocha is steamed and then kneaded into a tufted shape. If there is no room for ventilation in the middle, it will be easy to retting, just like the "wowotou" tightly pressed with tea leaves, which is beneficial for the caravan to carry it in the long-distance transportation of the sun and rain. Guarantee the quality of tea.

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