After they've been dried, puerh leaves are fermented. This process uniquely oxidizes the leaves, giving this tea its earthy flavor and dark color. Pu-erh tea leaves, like wine, age better over time while still preserving beneficial antioxidants and micronutrients.
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Puerh brews dark like coffee, but actually has a very mellow flavor. The fermentation process removes most of the bitter tea taste, and highlights its aged, earthy notes. As a bonus, caffeine in Pu-erh tea is absorbed by your body at a slower rate, so you can avoid the jitters and a crash of an instant caffeine hit.
Puerh is best enjoyed in the morning to set you up for a productive, stress free day, or after a heavy meal to gently aid digestion.
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