Coconut Pu-erh Full-Leaf
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Coconut flakes lend a tropical flair when blended with premium, full-leaf pu-erh tea, resulting in a smooth, earthy cup with a slightly sweet notes.
Better with Age Tea - High-moisture leaves are harvested in the Yunnan, China. A special oxidation and aging process yields an earthy flavor and aroma that is unique among black teas. This tea is enhanced with real coconut flakes resulting in a slightly sweet, fruity cup with a pleasant, smoky character. Can be infused many times.
Black Tea has less than half the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.
Steeping black tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water to a rolling boil. Then pour water over tea and steep for 3-5 minutes if using a tea bag or full-leaf.
Finest Pu-erh black tea blended with natural coconut flavors
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What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...
Really love this blend. The coconut adds a wonderful aroma and adds to the taste without being obtrusive or artificial. You can steep it several times and still get a nice hearty cup. Recommended for those who like a little something different without going too far into over-flavored territory.
I had never tried pu erh tea before this, and it is now my favorite. I cannot even begin to express how delicious this specific tea is. I put a splash of almond milk creamer in it and it's better than anything else I could want. Perfect.
very good! although I like the flavor of Coconut; I would like to try Pu-ERH in a tea all by itself to enjoy the earthiness of it al.
I tend to be a purist with my black, green and (especially) my Oolong teas, and I do not usually like 'infusions' - unless it is an all-herbal tea to begin with, or it's mint added to green. But there are a couple of flavors I do enjoy, namely chocolate and coconut, but only when they are done right. However, it's getting harder and harder to find these two flavors at tRoT that are not mixed with Rooibos. Personally, I cannot stomach any form of Rooibos - by that I mean not only do I not care for it's taste, but it literally has made me ill the three times I gave it a chance. So when I saw this new type of black tea that was a coconut-flavored, with NO Rooibos in it, you can imagine how excited I was to try it. And oh man, am I ever glad I did! First off, I have never had black pu-erh tea before, but I had read about it on Wikipedia and was hoping to try it. It's earthy & strong, but is also much, much smoother than regular black tea - not that I don't love regular black tea as well, but I have noticed that difference. As to the coconut flavor: if you are going to flavor a tea, then do it right and make it hearty. If you love coconut as I do, you will appreciate the flavor in this tea; it isn't an aroma-only thing, you can definitely taste it in the sipping. I love this stuff, and after trying it with the taster tin, I have decided to buy it in the large bulk bag! It will now share morning duty with tRoT's Rose Petal tea, my only other 'flavored' black tea, which is one that I truly cherish as well. Just as an FYI, they are wonderful with no sweetener or other additives in the afternoon. But for my mornings, I drink both with Maguey Sap and a bit of half-n-half.
MMmmm. Might replace my morning coffee!
Just the right amount of earthiness with a hint of coconut. No artificial sweetness, and no bitter aftertaste. I am a coffee lover more than tea, and this tea tastes really good to me! Wish it came in tea bags because I'm lazy.