About Pu-Erh Berry:
The earthy smoothness of Pu Erh creates a warm foundation for this tea's fruity berry flavor. Puerh is a fermented tea, also sometimes called ripe pu-erh.
Pu-Erh Tea, Strawberries, Cocoa Nibs, Natural Strawberry Flavor, Natural Creme Flavor, Natural Hazelnut Flavor
Yunnan province of China
- Sample Pouch: 2-4 Cups
- 2.25 Ounce Tube: 23-31 Cups
- 8 Ounce Bulk Pouch: 80-100 Cups
- 10 Ice Tea Pouches: 5 Gallons of Ice Tea (96 cups)
Suggested Steeping Instructions:
- Add 1 teaspoon tea per 6 oz. cup to your infuser / pot.
- Pour boiling water over tea (200°F).
- Steep for at least 3-5 minutes.
- Remove tea leaves & enjoy.
My favorite now of all my teas!! Great package..very cute! Thanks so much!
Like most pu erhs, it may start with a "mushroomy" smell. I let it sit in my cupboard for a little while, shaking/rolling the container to mix the ingredients from time to time, and the mushroom-ness pretty much dissipated. My favorite way to have this tea is as a latte. With a spoonful of honey and non-dairy creamer (or dairy creamer if you can have it), it makes a luxurious drink. I usually get about 4 good steeps out of it. The third steep is the best one and is usually very hazelnutty. You will want to strain this through a fine mesh or else you'll end up with floaters.
Pu-Erh berry has really strong nutty smell, however has this almost greasy taste, didn't go very well with Pu-Erh tea itself. And can't taste the berry favor at all.
Shipping was also slow compared to other shops, she shipped it 3days later after the order.
Customer service took a long time to respond, she still hasn't responded me back yet about the question I have for the tea.
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Very delicious! Would recommend!