Tea Docent says "Tea Masters in Yunnan craft this button with a special fermentation process using large partially oxidized green tea-leaves they then press and form them into the small button shapes. Pu-erh’s were once used as “currency” in China often requiring breaking off pieces of a much larger cake in trade for service or products. Horses were commonly traded for Pu-erh. Today these handy single serving pieces are ideal to tuck away and enjoy when on the go, or when you simply find yourself with teabags as your only “tea” choice.
Chinese Tribute Tea is one of the Seven Necessities of Life! You will be allured by the intriguing, mysterious, always delicious liquor that has captivated so much of the world for thoughans of years. Traditional Chinese Medicine tells us tea is a magical, medical plant that promotes vitality, controls weight and boosts immunity.”
Ancient Jade Buttons Puerh Tea Cakes
"This puerh tea is organically grown in China"
Recommended Steeping Instructions:
Amount of tea: 1 tea cake
Water Temperature: 208°F (boil water and let cool for a minute)
Steeping Time: 2-3 minutes
Steeping Vessel: Yixing Teapot
Recommended 3 steepings per serving
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* Tea Docent is not a doctor or scientist, but rather a Sage who shares Wisdom, Rituals and Beliefs that have existed for thousands of years to help guide you through a lifestyle of healthy living. Forever a "student of the leaf" ensures Tea Docent may serve as your trusted guide.
** These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.