Pu-Er Tea is also called Dark or "Black" tea, Pu'er or Pu-Erh tea. Some very old wild tea trees were found in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, one of them is1700 years old, still alive, and used to made Pu-Er tea.
Pu Erh, Pu-Er, or Pu'er is the regular tea that Tibetan and Mongolian drink every day. They believe that Pu Erh tea can help them "digest" meats and may feel sick if not drinking Pu'er tea in a day since they eat a lot of meats as their regular food.
Are you drink coffee daily? One suggestion for your health: Drink less coffee and try our "Tea Coffee" -Pu'er tea or Black tea which have similar color, good taste and you may add milk or sugar in it, just like coffee. You may even use your coffee maker to make tea, just like the way you make coffee. You may use half coffee and half Pu'er (or black) tea to make Yuan-Yang (Coffee-Tea) --a special Chinese drink in many Hong Kong Tea Restaurants. You find more information about it From WebMD: (www.webmd.com).
Package: 340 g (12 oz), Pressed Loose Tea. Foo Joy trademark by Hong Kong Tea Clipper Co., Ripened ("Cooked" ) Pu'er loose tea black disc from Yunnan, China, about 5 years old.
INGREDIENTS: Yunnan Pu-Er tea (Ripped)
DIRECTIONS: Used about one teaspoon each time for 4-5 cups regular tea or 2-3 cups stronger milk tea; one disc is for more than 50 times or 200 cups.
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