Tea Road Trek (tea path pu'er)
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The Tea and Horse Road was a trade route between China and Tibet. The Chinese traded tea for Tibetan horses. Smooth and full-bodied, this probiotic tea is a great coffee substitute.
Tea Type or Tisane | Flavors: Dark (pu'er) | full-body but very smooth, sweet tobacco
Tea Tips: The Chinese believe this tea lowers blood pressure.
Ingredients: China-Yunnan Pu'er tea
How to Steep: 2 tsp, 8 oz water, 212°F, 5-6 min (for more body, steep longer)
Fun Fact: Why did the Chinese need Tibetan Horses? The horses were large, raised at high altitudes, and able to withstand cold temperatures -all positive qualities to help the Chinese wage war on other countries!
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