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Pu-erh Tea
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Bulk, Loose Leaf
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Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Roswell Strange
Average preparation
8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “It’s produced on my island and I like to support local businesses so I was excited to see it in Whole Foods. Puerh/Cacao infusion.. The packaging touts that it will make 47 – 8oz cups…. But I’m...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I am not sure why anyone would make such a mixture so I bought this out of curiosity. The look of it made me laugh because it looks like someone powdered something off the ground with some trampled...” Read full tasting note

From PONOinfusions

Nahele means forest in Hawaiian. We bring you the essence of Nahele with a sensual infusion of Pu-erh tea, raw cacao and wholesome botanicals, capturing the richness of Hawai’i’s biodiverse, sub-tropical forests. Made from certified organic and fair trade ingredients, Nahele will provide you with a strong, earthy flavor and grounding energy.

To learn more about reforestation efforts to protect the habitat of threatened & endangered Hawaiian honeycreepers such as the i’iwi and ‘ākohekohe featured on this package, please visit us the Native Flora & Fauna section of our website.

For maximum aloha: Scoop one heaping teaspoon (1.5g) of Nahele into a tea strainer or sachet. Pour 8-fl oz of boiling water into a tea cup to steep at 212° F (100° C). Allow Nahele to infuse for 4 to 5 minutes. Makes 47 eight fl.oz. servings per package.

Mahalo for supporting efforts to protect and restore Hawai’i’s rare natural resources with your purchase of PONOinfusions. We support Hawai’i-based restoration and conservation efforts and are a proud member of 1% for the Planet. To learn more about how your purchase supports Hawai’i’s natural resources, please visit the Discover Aloha section of our website.

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It’s produced on my island and I like to support local businesses so I was excited to see it in Whole Foods. Puerh/Cacao infusion.. The packaging touts that it will make 47 – 8oz cups…. But I’m sorry, this was bloody awful. It was herbal yucky bland water and I think even if I had upped the tea to water ratio, I would have just ended up drinking stronger yucky water. Didn’t get any cacao and I was looking for it! I do not recommend this at all.. it was a wasted $12.

~ that same evening I had picked up Numi’s Chocolate Pu-erh tea bags .. which gave a MUCH more decent cup.
~ ~ I’m a puer noob, and I hate herbal teas… so take my review as you will.
~ ~ ~ color me surprised that LiquidProust had gotten his hands on this and reviewed it!! Hahah!

Preparation
1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML
MadHatterTeaDrunk

I always suggest to individuals who are new to Pu-erh to try a Pu-erh with added flavor. Numi has a great selection of Pu-erh! And I’m sure the chocolate mixed pretty well, too!

Cheers!

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I am not sure why anyone would make such a mixture so I bought this out of curiosity. The look of it made me laugh because it looks like someone powdered something off the ground with some trampled on flowers. I went ahead and dropped a large amount in my french press for my friend and I and we ended up drinking two cups each and came to the conclusion that this tea taste like a delicate herbal tea with strong notes of a smooth pu-erh. The chocolate taste isn’t very strong which is nice, but it is bout the same as the chamomile taste. There is a bit of tweaking to be done with this tea it seems, but from my experience it was different and enjoyable.

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