An autumn sheng Pu'er harvested from tea trees. This velvety smooth tea has upfront fresh woody notes and a distinctly sweet and cooling aftertaste.
Tea Type or Tisane | Flavors: Dark (Pu'er) | hint of spice, citrus, fresh vegetal
Tea Tips: Try this tea at 175°F for more sweetness and at 208°F for more spice and a full body.
Ingredients: China, Yunnan Pu'er tea
How to Steep: 1 tbsp, 8 oz water, 175°F/208°F, 4 minutes
Fun Fact: Gu Hua refers to an autumn harvest. A sheng Pu'er is also known as raw or green. Unlike other types of tea, Pu'er is fermented with beneficial fungi and bacteria and is considered pro-biotic. Pu'er only comes from China's Yunnan Province.