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Pu Erh Tea

Pu Erh tea is one of the drinks less known to regular tea connoisseurs, but its taste and many natural properties make it an excellent product. Its name comes from the province where its leaves are harvested, located in the Ying-Shen Region of Yunnan. It is a post-fermented specialty with a strong and particular flavour.
Properties and benefits of Pu Erh Tea:
The benefits of Pu Erh tea are numerous and for this reason more and more people decide to buy it. In fact, this drink has natural properties that are stimulating for the central nervous system, thanks to the caffeine. In addition to significantly promoting the digestive process, it helps burn excess fat : for this reason it is considered one of the slimming teas par excellence. Other properties of Pu Erh tea are the immunological ones and the fact that it helps to keep bad cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood under control. Pu Erh tea: where to buy it? More and more people are wondering where to buy Pu Erh tea, eager to taste this drink. Natura d'Oriente offers two different variations of this product, which can become an authentic ritual of well-being for the body. Its flavor is particular and may not be pleasant to everyone at first taste, but the advice is not to get discouraged and become familiar with its intense and different taste. How to make a cup of Pu Erh Tea?Once you buy the product, the next question is how to make Pu Erh tea. The infusion temperature of the water must be 95° and on average it is advisable to wait about 20 seconds after turning off the boiling water. The required infusion time is 2-3 minutes: its most valuable forms are the one in nests or tablets, both pressed.

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nest pu erh

nest pu erh

Price €3.36
Availability: 69 In Stock

Typical of the Chinese province of Yunnan, perhaps the most famous of the fermented teas; it is characterized by its production: in fact, after being collected, the leaves are naturally dried in the sun. There are various types of Pu Erh and the one we propose is called Tuo Cha (沱茶, tuó chá) or bowl-shaped tea and is the result of the process that is carried out after boiling and drying the tea leaves in the sun to then be pressed into this form reminiscent of bird nests. This tea is pressed in the form of a bird's nest. As usual in the Chinese tea tradition, Pu Erh is fermented.
* 25gr correspond to about 3/4 nests of Pu Erh.

Ingredients: Pu Erh nest tea.

  • 90/95°
  • 1 peace every 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. of infusion
Tea pu erh exotic

Tea pu erh exotic

Price €2.41
Availability: 78 In Stock

The taste of this precious tea is intense but at the same time fresh and sweet thanks to the presence of orange, papaya and pineapple. Very delicate on the palate.

Ingredients: Pu Erh, sweet pineapple, papaya, natural flavor, orange peel, yellow calendula.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. of infusion
Tè pu erh al lime

Tè pu erh al lime

Price €2.05
Availability: 92 In Stock

Finally a citrus and fresh tea, refined to be able to taste it freely on hot summer days.

Ingredients: Pu Erh black tea (65%), pieces apple, natural flavor, freeze-dried raspberry pieces, freeze-dried whole raspberries, pink cornflower.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. of infusion
Pistachio pu erh tea

Pistachio pu erh tea

Price €2.05
Availability: 83 In Stock

Pistachio makes this tea very delicate on the palate. The bitter taste of this Pu-Erh is put out by the pistachio fragrance leaving in the mouth the desire to taste more.

Ingredients: Pu Erh black tea (93%), pistachios, aroma, peony petals.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g ogni 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. di infusione
Tè pu erh chai

Tè pu erh chai

Price €2.64
Availability: 84 In Stock

For all those who love spices, this is your tea: widespread in India, this black tea is a real explosion of fragrances thanks to cardamom, pepper, cloves and cinnamon which make it an excellent drink all year round. Excellent if drunk with the addition of milk, as in its original preparation, but pleasant even if drunk pure.
The Indian tradition requires that it be boiled, boiling the boil 3 times, in water and milk (2 cups of water + 1 cup of milk) with the addition of brown sugar.

Ingredients:

Pu Erh black tea (43%), cinnamon sticks, ginger, green mate, anise, star anise, cardamom, pink pepper, guarana.

  • 90/95°
  • 3/5g every 250 ml
  • 02/03 min. of infusion