No. 180 - Jasmine Raw Pu-erh Mini Tuocha (2014)
Pu-erh tea has a rich and interesting history behind it. Pu-erh tea is named as such because it is grown in the city of Pu-erh in the Yunnan Province of China where it has been harvested for hundred of years, and was originally grown and discovered there. While some people think that Pu-erh tea is a type of dark tea or black tea, it is actually a type of tea in itself, much like a black tea, a green tea, or an Oolong tea. Pu-erh is a classification of tea by itself, and is available in loose leaf form, but is mainly produced in tea bricks, or tea cakes, which are compressed Pu-erh tea flakes which have been pressed into a particular shape or size. Pu-erh Mini Tuo Cha tea cakes are made from premium flaked Pu-erh tea leaves which have been compressed into the shape of a small beautiful bird's nest, then individually wrapped for better storage and easy brewing.
Pu-erh Weight Loose
Many people drink tea to help with weight loss, as it is a zero calorie beverage with tons of health benefits. Of all teas, Pu-erh tea is an ideal tea to assist with weight loss, because of its ability to break down fat in the body and to help you digest fatty foods. It is also said to help increase your metabolism while increasing your good cholesterol and reducing the bad cholesterol in your body. When combined with a healthy diet and exercise, Pu-erh tea can be wonderful for those people who are looking for long term weight loss maintenance. Many studies have shown that Pu-erh teas contain what are called “polyphones”, which attack toxins and free radicals inside the body, helping to maintain your health and prevent many diseases.
|Shelf Life||10 Years|
|Packed||United States of America|
|Ingredients||Pu-erh Tea and jasmine flavors|
|Chinese Gongfu Method (Water Amount)||3.72 fl oz / 110 ml|
|Chinese Gongfu Method (Water Temp)||203 F / 95 C|
|Chinese Gongfu Method (Amount)||1 Piece|
|Chinese Gongfu Method (Time)||Rinse, 30s, 10s, 10s, 10s, 10s, 10s|
|Western Method (Water Amount)||12 fl oz / 355 ml|
|Western Method (Water Temp)||203 F / 95 C|
|Western Method (Amount)||1 Piece|
|Western Method (Time)||2-5 Mins (to taste)|