Pu-Erh Tea

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Produced in Yunnan Province, Pu-erh is a post-fermented, dark red tea, with a distinctive earthy flavour and very slightly sweet.  Aroma is somewhat intense and pungent. 

A long steep is recommended to bring out the wonderful flavour and well-proven health benefits.

Research in China and Japan has shown that drinking Pu-erh can help reduce cholesterol, cleanse the blood, aid digestion of fatty foods and assist in the elimination of excess alcohol from the bloodstream. An invaluable aid for those wishing to reduce body weight.

One heaped teaspoon per cup.  3-7 minutes 90°C water.  Multiple infusions recommended.



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  • 5
    Pu-Erh tea

    Posted by Sarita Duley on 8th Oct 2020

    Very good quality and excellent service

  • 5

    Posted by Rita Rous on 3rd Aug 2020

    I have a cup every morning great kick start to the day. Has good health benifits. Lasts ages as you can use each cup serving up to 3 times I love it

  • 5

    Posted by Sarita on 22nd May 2019

    Excellent tea, and I can use one amount for 3 very refreshing cups. This was recommended to me by a friend and I have told lots of people how good it is.

  • 5
    Amazing Pu-erh

    Posted by Debbie Reiber-Hodgson on 27th Dec 2016

    I absolutely love this tea, such a rich full bodied taste. I use this tea to make Kombucha and it never fails to satisfy.

  • 5
    An acquired taste that's worth acquiring

    Posted by Anthony on 11th Jan 2016

    Pu Erh is strange stuff. Famous for a range of alleged health benefits, it generally comes from Yunnan Province in China and has a unique, rather earthy character, thanks to a special maturation process that involves fermentation of the leaves. It typically takes 7-8 minutes to brew, and you can easily get multiple infusions. When I first tried it, I wasn't at all sure, but subsequent tastings had me well and truly hooked and I've been enjoying it for many years, especially when I've had a cold, or have been otherwise poorly, since it is a great pick-me-up. Do try it. Odd. But a real winner.

  • 5
    Mysteriously good for you

    Posted by John Emmerson on 24th Nov 2015

    Pu-Erh tea is a subject worthy of a book all to itself. Some years are good, and some not so good. It is like a good champagne. Find your year and enjoy. This tea is good. I have obtained mine from various sources in China and I always come back to this one having some dire experiences (and expensive). Order this and enjoy.