Pu Erh

Pu Erh

    • New

    Black Pu Erh Tuo Cha

    PLN39.00

    Pu Erh tea from the Chinese Yunnan province, with leaves compressed into a shape of a nest. Brewing portions are made by breaking the nest. It has a deep, earthy, but mild taste. The colour of the infusion is very dark, almost black. Pu Erh tea supports the digestive system and is recommended to drink after big or fat meals.

  • Pu Erh Guarana

    PLN12.00

    Ingredients: Pu Erh tea (5-7 years), guarana, ginko biloba, blackcurrant and redcurrant, raspberry leaves, blackberry leaves, peony petals, cornflower petals.

    A mix of  various fruits and Pu-erh tea results in a composition rich in deep aromas and flavor notes.

  • Pu Erh in mandarin orange

    PLN18.00

    The leaves of this Pu Erh tea have been first enclosed within a fresh mandarin orange, and then dried together with it. Thanks to this process, we receive a mildly citrus taste of the tea. The dried mandarin orange peel can also be crumbled and added to the infusion.

  • Pu Erh Mini Tuo Cha

    PLN1.80

    Also known as Xiao Toucha. Carefully selected Pu Erh leaves are pressed into a nest form, reminiscent of a hornet nest. Gives off an intensive, sweet infusion and a well-balanced, delicate taste. Each one is packaged into white tissue-paper.

  • Pu Erh Salsa

    PLN12.00

    Ingredients: Chinese Pu-Erh tea from Yunnan Province (min. 75%), honeybush, natural aroma, blackcurrant, bilberry, rose petals and buds.

  • Pu Erh Tuo Cha Nest

    PLN35.00

    Carefully selected Pu-Erh leaves are pressed into a nest form, reminiscent of hornet nests. Gives off an intensive, sweet infusion and a well-balanced, distinct taste. Improves digestion and regulates cholesterol levels within blood, as well as lowering fat levels within the organism. Mass of a single nest: 100g.

    • New

    Sheng Pu Erh Tuo Cha

    PLN35.00

    Dark Pu Erh tea in its most traditional form - Sheng, which means naturally maturing tea, with leaves compresed into a shape of a nest. Its taste changes with time, such teas are meant to be stored for years to enjoy the changing qualities - from the freshness similar to green tea, until a deep, sweet taste after years of storing. Due to natural fermentation of the leaves this tea is believed to have a benefitial effect on the body.