Pu-erh Ginger - Organic Chinese Black Tea
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Pu-erh Ginger - Organic Chinese Black Tea

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Ginger and lemongrass provide a spirited lift to a healthy pu-erh. Fire, earth and water combine in your cup!

Insider Tip: Pu-erh teas are what the Chinese consider true black teas. What we in the West call black, is referred to as red there - referring to the liquor color. Pu-erhs have a disctinct flavor and are much beloved - some even invest in Pu-erh, keeping the aged cakes as an asset which can be sold for a higher value once it has aged more.

Caffeine Level: High.

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Pu-erh comes from the Yunnan Province of China. With a strong, distinct flavor that is developed in the fermentation process, pu-erh is offered in two varieties: raw and ripened (Shenq/ Shu Pu We). Often compressed into bengs (cakes) or tou chas (small bird nest shaped rosettes) or even into fruit (such as our Tangerine Pu-erh), pu-erhs are believed to aid with digestion and weight loss, to be detoxifying and to help regulate blood sugars. Do some research and dive in!

Ingredients: Organic Puerh Tea, organic ginger, organic orange peel, organic lemon balm and organic lemongrass.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews

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spectacular
5 out of 5
Shannon Del Vecchio,
Location: San Francisco ,, CA,
Date: May 27, 2008
One of the most delicious teas I've ever tasted, and the effect is both energizing and calming. The warmth of the ginger is nice in the morning. An absolute delight.
Soothing Ginger
4 out of 5
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Date: October 8, 2006
People who like Pu-erh tea would probably love this one. I like the level of ginger in it...not too spicy hot but still pronounced. I generally prefer a tea with more astringency than a Pu-erh, but this particular tea was very soothing to me the last time I had a cold. Roma S., Omaha
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