Try something trying unique, yet traditional! This pu-erh tea has been aged in a tangerine, infusing it with flavor and aromas
Insider Tip: To drink this tea, you'll have to break it out of it's tangerine shell. Store it in an air-tight tin or bag to keep it fresh for months to come
Caffeine Level: High
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 (Sheng/ Shu). 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: Pu-erh tea, tangerine.