Typical Puerh from tea bag. Boring, very earthy. Stinks.
Luckily I did short steeping, so it wasn’t that bad. But overall it was pretty nothing. Just bland tea. Was it even puerh?
Flavors: Wet Earth
Also known as: Pu’Erh tea, Puer tea, Po lai tea, Po nee tea, Pu-er tea, Puerh tea, these teabags are a convenient way to drink this delicious tea.
Pu-erh tea has been drunk in China for over 1700 years and hails from the Yunnan province. Its reputed health benefits and medicinal uses have been well documented through the years in many Chinese historical texts. Only in the last few years has pu-erh tea been thrust into the western limelight as having potential health benefits.
Chinese people have drunk pu-erh tea with their dim sum as an aid to digestion for many years. It is believed that pu-erh aids the metabolism of fatty and greasy foods.
In terms of Chinese medicine, pu-erh tea is reputed to:
Help in the metabolism of alcohol
Help to control high blood pressure
Improve blood circulation
Help to lower cholesterol (particularly LDL or ‘bad cholesterol’) and clean the blood
Aid with weight loss
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