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  • Origin: Yunnan, China
  • Caffeine: 30~ 40mg/Cup (8 oz.)
  • Net Weight: 250g / 8.8oz
  • Brew Ratio: 1:50~60
  • Grade:  Nonpareil ★★★★
  • Feature: Tea Powder (Extracted from aged Pu-erh tea)
  • Expired Date: 18 Months
  • Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature.

1. What is Pu-erh tea powder?

Aged Yunnan puer tea is made into powder and processed by modern technology to retain 100% of its natural color, aroma, taste. It's also non-irritating despite being moderate in caffeine content for those who want a relaxing drink during their hectic day or nightlife lifestyle mode which can lead some people to suffer from stomach ailments because traditional fermented teas are too strong with an acidic flavor that would hurt an already delicate digestive system if consumed often.

"Pu Er Tea Powder Aged Yaknapan Style" helps remedy these conditions along with stress from busy lifestyles; however light fermentation types such us 'unsustainable' provide relief differently than heavy ones to the tea's ability to stimulate the digestive system and break down fats.

The stimulation caused by consuming puer tea is not only a result of the caffeine it contains but also the organic acids formed during fermentation. These acids can irritate the stomach lining in high doses, but in small amounts, they help break down fats into absorbable fatty acids. Pu Er tea has also been indicated to be beneficial for the gallbladder and liver, so it does help the body get rid of bile. Although it is a milder laxative than traditional teas, puer tea should be consumed in moderation.

2. How does Pu-erh tea powder taste?

Puer tea powder has a strong, earthy flavor. It is sometimes described as tasting like dirt or wood. Some people find it unpleasant, while others enjoy its unique flavor. The taste of puer tea powder can be masked somewhat by adding milk and sugar. However, the flavor will still be noticeable.

3. What are the health benefits of Pu-erh tea powder?

Pu Er tea has many health benefits. It is a mild and effective relaxant, and it also promotes healthy skin and hair. Some people who drink puer tea report feeling more energetic; this may be due to the caffeine content or because of the increased metabolism that occurs as a result of breaking down fats.

Puer tea has also been associated with many health benefits, including weight loss, increased energy, improved skin coloration and quality, stronger nails, thicker hair, less body odor, reduced allergies/inflammations, and increased libido.

Puer tea can be very helpful in breaking down fat and eliminating poisons from the body. This is due to the combination of high levels of catechin and the organic acids formed during fermentation. These acids can help to stimulate digestion and break down fats into absorbable fatty acids. The tea has also been indicated to be beneficial for the gallbladder and liver, making it a great choice for those looking to improve their overall health.

In moderation, puer tea can be a great choice for those looking for a healthy drink that offers a variety of health benefits. It is not as harsh on the system as traditional teas, making it a good choice for those with delicate stomachs. The earthy flavor may not be to everyone's taste, but it can easily be masked by adding milk and sugar.

Puer tea should not be consumed excessively, as it can make the body feel weak or irritable due to its caffeine content. Many people who regularly drink puer tea report feeling more energetic; this may simply be a result of an increased metabolism from breaking down fats in the digestive system. It may also be that those who enjoy puer tea simply sleep better or feel less tension, as puer tea has been indicated to be beneficial for alleviating stress.

4. How to make Pu-erh tea powder tea or recipes?

Brewing Instructions:

Bring filtered or spring water to a boil. Temperature is about 195-205 degrees. Steep 1 teaspoon of powder per 8 ounces of water for about 2~3 minutes then Enjoy! We suggest steeping 3 times and adding a bit of honey.

Ingredients:

  • 2 teaspoons of Pu Erh Tea Powder
  • 8 ounces of hot water (not boiling)

5. What is the difference between Pu-erh tea powder vs Matcha?

Answer: There is no difference between Pu-erh Tea Powder and Matcha. Both are dried leaves ground into powder form, however, the typical color of matcha is bright green whereas Pu-erh is usually dark brown or even black in color due to the fully fermented process. The average processing time for both products is two years.

6. How many calories are in Pu-erh tea powder?

Answer: Pu-erh tea powder has around 10 calories per teaspoon.

7. Are there any side effects to drinking Puer tea powder?

Answer: Drinking too much can result in stomach aches, nausea, or diarrhea. For most people, the caffeine in the fermented Pu-erh is enough to cause these problems. Those with a low tolerance for caffeine should drink less or avoid drinking Pu-erh tea altogether. Additionally, those with anxiety disorders or high blood pressure should use caution as Pu-erh tea contains caffeine and L-Theanine, which can affect the body like a stimulant.

8. What about organic Pu-erh tea powder?

Organic Pu-erh tea powder is made of pure, organic tea leaves. It is rich in antioxidants and has a mellow flavor. It can be enjoyed on its own or added to other drinks. Organic Pu-erh tea powder is a great choice for people who want to enjoy Chinese tea but avoid chemicals in their daily diets.

9. How should I store the product?

The powder should be stored in a dry, dark place. Paper or fabric packaging is suitable for short-term storage, but plastic containers or bags are preferable for long-term storage. It can last anywhere from 6~12 months if properly packaged and stored away from heat and moisture sources.

10. How much Caffeine content is in Pu-erh tea powder?

Answer: Pu-erh tea has less caffeine than coffee or black tea. One cup of Pu-erh tea contains around 30 mg of caffeine, compared to over 100 mg in a cup of coffee. However, because the tea is fermented and aged, the caffeine content will vary depending on the type you use.

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