The Chinese produce black teas of the most diverse character - whether mild, sweet-spicy or slightly smoky. Well-known Chinese teas include Keemun tea, Lapsang Souchong tea and Yunnan tea. Pu Erh tea is certainly one of the most unusual Chinese black teas. Pu Erh tea takes its name from the city of the same name in the Chinese province of Yunnan. It is extremely popular with connoisseurs, but is characterised by a strong, earthy, intense flavour that is not to everyone's taste. Pu Erh tea is therefore quite divisive.