This ancient healing tea undergoes a long fermentation period, yielding a rich, smooth, and malty taste—along with health-boosting bacteria. Research suggests that pu-erh may help reduce cardiovascular disease risk factors like obesity and elevated blood sugar.
Water temp: 200–212°
Steep time: 3–5 min
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