Flavored Pu-erh Tea
We picked two of the top super fruits, blueberries and pomegranates, along with their trusty raspberry and strawberry sidekicks for this tea blend. Their combined power awakens the earthy aromas of this Pu-erh tea. And believe it or not, it is one of the few Pu-erh blends that tastes great iced as well. A great tea to the last drop!
Pu-erh Tea, Blueberries, Pomegranate Arils, Flavoring, Freeze-dried Whole Raspberries, Freeze-dried Strawberry pieces, Blue Cornflower Blossoms.
Dark and fruity
Dark tending dull
I'm not a hot tea drinker. But since I've cut back on my alcohol consumption, I've turned to iced tea when I want something cold to drink. I've found my favorite is a mix of the Kettle Iced Tea leaves and the Pu-Erh Superfruit blend. I make a gallon at a time with 3 Tbs of Kettle Tea, and 2Tbs of the Superfruit. Delicious, even unsweetened.
Very good blend. I’ve mixed with black and/or green for a caffeine boost
Pu-erh (in general) can be a bit too much for some tea drinkers, it tends to have a strong and lingering taste that might be described as earthy/bitter/musty. With this tea however, any rough edges have been completely smoothed out by a strong but not overpowering fruitiness. You'll need to add at least a little sugar to get the fruit flavor to really pop, so I suggest doing so even if you usually drink your tea unsweetened. Please note this tea has cornflower blossoms, which add a distinctive velvety mouth feel that adds to the tea's overall smoothness. If you have never tried pu-erh and you are not sure about going straight into the deep end of the pool, or if you usually like really sweet fruity teas and want to cut back on how much sugar you add, or if you have never tried a tea with cornflower blossoms, then I highly recommend giving Pu-Erh Superfruit a try.
This tea has made this crazy, stressful time a little more manageable.
Just makes me happy to make it In the morning and then enjoy for lunch.
An excellent combination of the smoldering goodness of a pu-erh with the fruitiness of a flavored tea. Just a touch of sugar brings out the pomegranate and blueberry flavors that make this one of my “go-to” teas in the morning. The second brew is just as good as the first