Sweet Pistachio Pu'erh

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Pu'erh Tea
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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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The pistachio nut is an important ingredient in all Sicilian kitchens, especially when it comes to classic desserts and elegant flavors. Sweet Pistachio Pu’erh is an exquisite tea blend starring beloved pistachio nut, inspired by Italian pistachio cream. Our earthy aged pu’erh is specially blended with sweet pistachio and pure rose petals, for a sophisticated tea taste- absolutely delizioso!

At first sip, the heady pistachio sweet cream character pairs well with the mild aged tea, it is sweet, creamy, and smooth tasting- without any overwhelming pu’erh funk, or bitterness.

Pu’erh tea is aged and fermented, making it pro-biotic, it is also an amazing aid for weight loss, and naturally boosts your immune system, it has been enjoyed in China for centuries. Sweet Pistachio Pu’erh is an excellent introductory pu’erh blend if you are nervous to try it because of the aged or “funky” qualities that ripe pu’erh tea has.

Enjoy la bella vita with our sophisticated take on a light, smooth and creamy pistachio cream inspired pu’erh!

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15695 tasting notes

Iced Latte!

Made this one today to drink during the afternoon and I was… kinda into it? It’s very earthy and pu’erh forward, but even more buttery and I found that the sheet intensity of the butterfly flavour was a little too much for me and not especially balanced out. The pistachio really just comes through in the finish. While that smooth, nutty note is authentic and tasty I feel like it’s too little of the profile in comparison to everything else going on. That said, I did drink the whole thing pretty quickly so it wasn’t all bad!

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1711 tasting notes

Pistachio is such a strange nut flavor. I love it, but it’s not as common as almonds or cashews and it seems like different parts of it are prominent in different uses for it. This tea for example tastes way different than pistachio baklava or pudding, but they all still have flavors of the nut. I feel like I need more pistachio in my life to feel this theory out.

This tea smells delicious. The pu isn’t as murky and wet tasting as some that I’ve had and that works well in not overpowering the other flavors. The pistachio is nice and light, but present here and holds it’s own with the pu. The flavor is well rounded and has depth. It’s a good tea, fun to try, but probably won’t be a reorder.

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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