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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 27 reviews
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    M.G.
    Great!

    Love this tea! Have ordered several times now, and will continue

    K
    K.Q.
    Delicious! I put 2 Tbs in my electric kettle ...

    Delicious! I put 2 Tbs in my electric kettle and after boiling I let it sit until it cooled. Stored in a half gallon mason jar in the fridge for the most delicious iced tea. We will be using this tea all summer long. The finished brew is very dark with a red undertone. The taste is very smooth. We will buy again!

    M
    M.P.G.
    Five Stars

    The tea tastes good. I add some honey to make it slightly sweet. Good price for the weight.

    B
    B.G.
    Excellent tea!

    An excellent tea. Will buy again in a flash.

    K
    K.i.P.
    Interesting

    Interesting flavor. Been drinking it plain and it has a mild flavor. Different from a green or black tea. So far I like it

    The Taste Of Pu-Erh

    There are many varieties of pu-erh, ranging in oxidation and aging level which provides unique tasting notes. It is the "darkest" tea you can find. It's flavor actually increases as it ages.

    Sip Pu-Erh Tea For Your Health

    As you savor the flavor, remember that tea is a great way to increase antioxidants in your body. Drinking tea helps fight inflammation, among many other healthy benefits.

    Pu-Erh Tea Takes Time Growing

    After the leaves of 1,000-year old tea trees in China are hand-plucked, Wild Reserve Pu-Erh tea undergoes a unique fermentation process. This brings an amazingly complex and ultimately delicious tea to your cup.

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