Pu Erh Tea
Tea with comforting benefits
Very special, this tea has been fermented several times. It has a typical wetland taste. Pu Erh is low in caffeine and may be sipped all the day long.
HOW TO PREPARE
85 to 90°C
We recommend a water temperature in between 85 to 90°C (185-194°F)
It is the standard time for infusion, but you can adapt it according to your taste
When to drink ?
Better in the morning
To learn more...
A black tea low in theine
Pu Erh tea comes from China, more precisely from Pu'er in the Yunnan province. This fermented Chinese tea comes from large leaf tea trees. Once plucked, the leaves undergo a first oxidation, and then live a long period of fermentation which gives this tea this so particular aroma!
There is also a variety of black Pu Erh tea, which requires only 45 days to 3 months to be fermented.
Pu Erh tea is often presented in compressed form: cakes or nests. This makes it easier to transport but also to age!
During its fermentation, Pu Erh tea develops very little theine, so it is perfect to be enjoyed throughout the day.
Multi-fermented Pu Erh black tea has very characteristic flavors: moist earthy aromas that are both delicate and velvety in the mouth.
If you like natural black teas, we invite you to discover our range, there is something for everyone!
The benefits of Pu Erh
Pu Erh tea is also a concentrate of benefits!
Indeed, it is considered as a real medicinal plant in traditional Chinese medicine.
Like all teas, Pu Erh does not contain any calories and can therefore be a real ally for slimming. But this fermented tea could also help to reduce cholesterol, as part of a balanced diet. It is also recommended to facilitate digestion.
Its high level of catechins with antioxidant properties also helps to slow down skin aging.
This tea will allow you to reinforce your immune system and to fill up with energy!
Preparation of Pu Erh tea
How to prepare this black Pu Erh tea so that it releases all the splendor of its aromas? It is very simple:
We advise you to let it infuse for 3 minutes in simmering water between 85° and 90°.
But we can never repeat it enough: the secret of a good tea is to enjoy it first! You can shorten this time if you prefer a lighter taste, or lengthen it for a more intense result.
They are conquered !
The opinions of our customers
Christophe L. published the 06/02/2023 following an order made on 22/01/2023
bof , pas vraiment de goût
Pascale T. published the 27/01/2023 following an order made on 12/01/2023
Anonymous A. published the 17/01/2021 following an order made on 02/01/2021
Pas encore goûté boîte au diamètre trop petit
Anonymous A. published the 08/08/2020 following an order made on 19/07/2020
"thé aux propriétés anticholestérol ayant toutefois un goût agréable"
Anonymous A. published the 29/03/2020 following an order made on 18/03/2020
"Boite pas encore ouverte."