Organic Pu'er Tuo Cha is a compressed dark tea from Yunnan, China. Pu'er teas usually have a distinct aroma and flavor that make them a uniquely acquired taste. Pu'er teas have seen a lot of praise in recent years for their abundance of antioxidants and probiotics, along with many other health benefits. Each tuo cha is compressed into the perfect cake for one cup or pot of tea and can also be used for multiple infusions that reveal new layers of flavor with each steeping.
Ingredients: Organic Pu-erh tea
Tasting Notes: Robust, earthy, dewy, slightly floral & sweet
Brewing Tips: Use 1 tsp. of tea per every 6 oz. of boiling water. Steep for 3-5 minutes (208 degrees). Re-steep as many as 3-5 times or until flavor becomes too weak.
Origin: Yunnan, China
Composting Instructions: Please remove the label before composting your pouch.
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I am not a Pu'er expert but I really enjoy this one.
Loved it, now want to order more
This pu'erh is very tasty and I love how it's packed into easy single-size tuo cha, so there is no need for a tea knife or scale because they are pre-measured and will "dissolve" rather quickly in water (this is really fun to watch, and makes me wish I had a glass teapot!). I highly recommend this for those who have never tried pu'erh before or as a small gift for tea-drinking friends. They're also extremely convenient for times when you just want to put the kettle on and throw some tea into the pot without too much thought.
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