Silk Road Adventure (silk road blend)
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Silk, spices, and compressed tea, like this Pu'er, were traded along the Silk Road. Smooth & full-bodied, this probiotic tea is a great coffee substitute.
Tea Type or Tisane | Flavors: Dark (pu'er) | full-body but very smooth, grilled wild mushrooms, sweet tobacco
Tea Tips: The Chinese believe pu'er lowers blood pressure as fermentation produces statins-blood pressure-lowering compounds.
Ingredients: China, Yunnan Province Pu'er (Dark) tea
How to Steep: Western-Style: One Tea Cake, 20 oz water, 212°F, 5-6 min. Re-Steep tea leaves. Eastern-Style: Tea Leaf Rinse: pour boiling water over cake until covered. Immediately pour off water. Steep #1: 30 sec. Decant liquid from leaves and enjoy. Increase each additional steep 15 sec until flavor fades.
Fun Fact: Like Champagne, this tea must come from an a specific region in Yunnan Province to be called Pu'er.
Similar Teas: Chocolate Earl Grey, Orange Truffle, Sticky Rice Pu'er, Love Potion