Can somebody please explain to me what means "Arbour" Pu erh please
shah82 wrote:Arbor does not mean wild.
It's essentially a meaningless term. Treat it as a grade of tea, sort of like FTGFOP.
It's meant to convey a sense, like "organic" that may or may not be true. In this case, it's leaves from tea plants that haven't been pruned low for convenient picking. Again, this doesn't mean much, but what it does probably mean is that this is from eco-habitat or somewhat older plantations that can't be called ancient plantation. However, given the stories and the lies told in pursuit of the sale, one should treat it as nonsense, for the most part.