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Complex and utterly unique, Pu-erh teas come from China’s Yunnan Province and are named after Pu'er City.
Pu-erh is the most oxidized form of tea, aged pu-erh mellows and improve like fine wine. Some are more than 50 years old.
With a caffeine content of 110mg per cup, and credit with many healthy benefits Pu-Erh can be enjoyed in black or green form.  
A healthy and rewarding pursuit that we believe you will love!  

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  1. no.411 King of Pu-Erh

    no.411 King of Pu-Erh

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    Regarded by tea connoisseurs as the King of Tea. This reserve specialty is named after the town of Pu Ehr in Yunnan province. Like wine this delicate tea is aged in the dark for many years and undergoes an oxidation process caused by the growth of yeast on the tea. The result is a distinct golden leaf that produces a smooth, bold and strong taste. Learn More
  2. no.410 Pu-Erh Gam Fei Cha

    no.410 Pu-Erh Gam Fei Cha

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    This very special pu-erh has large black leaves with some golden tips. This tea has a strong earthy pu-erh flavour with a soft edge but little sweetness. Good for two infusions. Learn More
  3. no.401 Pu-Erh Tuo Cha Mini Black

    no.401 Pu-Erh Tuo Cha Mini Black

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    Shaped into a small nugget of tea and individually wrapped in paper. The nugget has a perfect size for a mug or a teapot. This tea has a rich earthy taste! Very good for an early morning start-up. And besides all the health benefits, it is great for hangovers and indigestion. Learn More
  4. no.400 Pu-Erh Tuo Cha Mini Green

    no.400 Pu-Erh Tuo Cha Mini Green

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    Shaped into a small nugget of tea and individually wrapped in paper. The nugget has a perfect size for a mug or a teapot. This tea has a rich earthy taste! Very good for an early morning start-up. And besides all the health benefits, it is great for hangovers and indigestion. Learn More

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