Organic Ancient Trees Pu'er

Organic Ancient Trees Pu'er


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Pu’erh (or Pu’er) tea is a fermented Chinese black tea, also known as Hei Cha tea. For generations, the people of Yunnan province have wild-harvested the leaves of old, tree-sized tea plants. The pressed leaves' unique shape is called Tuo Cha, or "bowl tea"; it can be aged and enjoyed for years.

How to Prepare Pu’er Chinese Black Tea:

Place one unwrapped Tuo Cha piece in a 12-oz. to 16-oz. teapot. Rinse the hei cha tea with a small amount of boiling water to mellow its character and to preheat the pot. Discard rinse water. Steep tea covered in boiling water for 5 minutes. Strain the leaves while pouring. Pu'er tea leaves can be steeped a second time, for a pot just as delicious as the first.This great tasting tea can also be enjoyed in our Tea & Company Organic Pu’er tea bags.


  • 1 piece/12-16oz
  • 212° F
  • 3-5 Minutes
  • Caffeine
    Moderate Caffeine
  • Origin
    China (Yunnan province)
  • Ingredients
    Organic Pu'er Tea Leaves

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