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 probiotic. Pu'er only comes from China's Yunnan Province.