Coconut Pu-erh Full-Leaf Tea

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$11.50 - Tin - 3.0 ounces / 50 cups #10093
$49.00 - Bulk - 1 lb/ 200 cups #30093
$11.00 - Refill - 3.0 ounces / 50 cups #11093
$4.50 - Taster Tin - .60 ounces / 10 cups #87093

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 Instructions

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



Country of Origin


Citizen Reviews
  • 4.5 Star


5 Stars Exceptional

from CO on wrote:

I originally ordered a sample size of this tea. It has the most amazing aroma and flavor. It smells almost chocolaty and has sweet notes similar to a fine bourbon or scotch. It has a warm smokiness to it too. When I want a rich, comforting cup of tea this is my go to.


5 Stars Miss

from OH on wrote:

I love Pu’er tea.

Don't know exactly what to make of this tea

4 Stars Don't know exactly what to make of this tea

from MD on wrote:

Based on reviews here, I bought two tins. This doesn't taste like any tea I ever had. I'm not sure it even tastes like tea. At least not the white, green, or black I am used to. I don't even know if I like it, but I keep drinking it I guess because I am still trying to figure out what it tastes like. So it is unique and somewhat compelling. Usually black tea after noon keeps me up all night, but not this tea. As other reviews say, the coconut comes through but is not too strong. The tea is sort of earthy, but not in a strong or bad way. It is rather mild in taste, though I don't quite brew it as long as directions. But I don't brew most teas very long as I like them milder. I think it is a good beverage for winter.

Wonderful Aroma

4 Stars Wonderful Aroma

from IN on wrote:

It has a delightful woody (think walking through wet woods in the fall) aroma and the smell of coconut jumps out at you from both the dry tea and a brewed cup. My main disappointment with this tea is I find the actual coconut flavor to be a little anemic. It comes through as a nuttiness, and this may just be a case of unrealistic expectations, but I expected more coconut on the taste. A splash of coconut milk solves that issue for me though.

Subtle but oh so delicious

5 Stars Subtle but oh so delicious

from CT on wrote:

This tea is so delicious. It has a mild but delightful flavor with just a hint of coconut.