The Tea 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!
Similar Teas: Silk Road Adventure, Sticky Rice Pu'er, Keemun Hao Ya