Pu'er tea is also divided into raw Pu'er tea and cooked Pu'er tea. Although both are Pu'er tea, their taste and price are different. What are the taboos of drinking raw Pu'er tea? What happens if you drink too much raw Pu'er tea? Let's have a look.
What's the taboo of drinking raw Pu'er tea?
1. The water temperature for making tea is too low
Raw Pu'er tea belongs to unprocessed natural Pu'er tea, and one process is reduced in the process. The water temperature for brewing raw Pu'er tea should not be too low. Boiling water must be used to brew raw Pu'er tea, otherwise it may have bitter taste.
2. Don't drink too much
It's not good to drink anything too much, and it's not good to drink raw Pu'er tea too much. Many people think that Pu'er tea has some good effects, so they drink it too much and think it can achieve good results. In fact, drinking too much raw Pu'er tea is easy to lead to tea halo, because raw Pu'er tea is fully fermented tea, so it must be appropriate. Raw Pu'er tea should not be drunk too much for a long time, which will cause some side effects on the stomach. However, if you are friends who love to drink Pu'er tea, it is also a good way to drink it in turn.