Coconut Pu-erh Full-Leaf Tea

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$11.25 - Tin - 3.0 ounces / 50 cups #10093
$48.00 - Bulk - 1 lb/ 200 cups #30093
$10.50 - 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

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.

Love, love, love

5 Stars Love, love, love

from CO on wrote:

Love this tea, smooth and great coconut flavor


5 Stars Amazing!

from FL on wrote:

Love this tea! I thought the coconut would be too strong and got a sample pack first and I'll admit that my first brewing of it was a little iffy. BUT my second was amazing and this has become one of my top two favorite teas. Highly recommended!

Unusually good!!!

5 Stars Unusually good!!!

from NM on wrote:

I was afraid I would be put off by the addition of the coconut. But after two or three cups, I have grown to appreciate the additional touch. It is not coconut flavoring, but real chunks so the sweetness is subtle.

This combination is surprisingly lovely!!

5 Stars This combination is surprisingly lovely!!

from CO on wrote:

Pu-Erh is one of my favorite teas, being the niece of a Pu-Erh connoisseur who travels to Yunnan province often just for the tea, I’ve had some really good ones. Unfortunately I had no luck finding such good quality Pu-Erh in the US, and many types that come with the “earthy” aroma just taste moldy to me. I often have to mix them with chamomile to combat the “earthy” taste, it’s a quite popular and traditional combination in China. I’ve recently placed an order and picked this one to be part of my three tester can set. I was quite disappointed when first opened the can, I was overwhelmed by the strong smell of coconut. Now I actually like coconut which was the reason I decided to try this in the first place, but the pungent sweetness really made me doubted myself. It just couldn’t be good with Pu-Erh, in my taste at least. Once I had the tea steeped, the sweetness dissipated greatly, leaving only the warm slightly sweet aroma, I was hopeful. I had one sip and I was hooked. Be it the coconut or maybe this one just actually is one of those high quality Pu-Erh, it didn’t have that moldy taste! The coconut flavor in it definitely helped, made the taste smoother, way better than the chamomile combination! I’m now back purchasing the bigger can, I feel like I have found THE Pu-Erh that I could continue to enjoy without having to ask for favors from my families or friends in China!