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Pu-erh Mango Passion Fruit

Drinking pu-erh tea is purported to aid in digestion and to reduce blood cholesterol and lipid levels. It is also widely believed in Chinese cultures that it counteracts the unpleasant effects of heavy alcohol consumption. In traditional Chinese medicine, the tea is believed to invigorate the spleen and inhibit "dampness." In the stomach, it is believed to reduce heat and "descends qi".
Lately the demand for pu erh has sky-rocketed due to increase consumption in China. Its medicinal properties along with it peculiar taste has become a very trendy option to tea drinkers. This pu erh has amango passion fruit taste and make a dark, and bold cup of tea.

Caffeine content is High.
Brew Instructions: 1 tsp, 4-5 minutes, 100° Celsius
 Pu-erh Mango Passion Fruit
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Ελληνικά Φιλίτσα Κ. - 5 of 5 Stars!

Καταπληκτικό άρωμα ! Τέλεια γεύση . Ποτέ δεν πίστευα ότι το τσάι μπορεί να είναι το νόστιμο κ τόσο αρωματικό !! Το συνιστώ ανεπιφύλακτα !!

Ελληνικά ΕΙΡΗΝΗ Κ. - 5 of 5 Stars!

Πολύ ωραία μυρωδία,ωραία γεύση.Οντως έχασα κιλά σε συνδυασμό με σωστή διατροφή βέβαια.Το συνιστώ για αυτούς που θέλουν να χάσουν κιλά.

Ελληνικά Ευαγγελια Μιχαλοπουλου - 5 of 5 Stars!

Το Mango καλύπτει τη μυρωδιά του Pu-erh που εύστοχα κάποιος τη χαρακτήρισε «λιμανιού» και έτσι προσφέρει και αρωματικό αποτέλεσμα, αλλά και πολύ καλή γεύση. Είναι λοιπόν ότι πρέπει για αυτούς που τους αρέσει το Pu-erh γευστικά αλλά τους χαλάει η μυρωδιά του.

Did You Know...

All types of pu-erh tea are created from m?och?, a mostly unoxidized green tea processed from a "large leaf" variety of Camellia sinensis found in the mountains of southern Yunnan. Maocha can undergo "ripening" for several months prior to being compressed to produce ripened pu-erh (also commonly known as "cooked pu-erh"), or be directly compressed to produce raw pu-erh.