Lavender Pu'erh Tea

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Herbal Pu-erh Blend
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195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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Lavender Pu’erh Tea is an exceptional blend of our select loose Pu’erh leaves and organic naturally dried Lavender flowers. The Pu’erh leaves, known for their weight loss properties, are handpicked, dried, and rolled tightly and neatly into strips. The organic Lavender flowers are purple in color with an invigorating fragrance and subtle flavor that will linger on your palate. This taste combination is sure to become a favorite served hot or cold.

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470 tasting notes

Woah, this tea is STRONG! I mean, pu-erh is obviously a dense, flavor-packed tea, but I always expect it to be lighter in blends. In fact, the Nature’s Tea Leaf pu blends (oh god that sounds horrible out of context… pu blends…) have been pretty light on that signature flavor to me. Not necessarily in a bad way, but I was not prepared for this!

The tea is so dark and murky, almost coffee-colored. The lavender is quite assertive but the earthy, rich flavor of the base makes it oddly enough a not very floral tea. Woodsy and an almost chicory note? Very tasty but a big pow of flavor and I did get a bit more buzzed from it than I normally do with tea (even though pu is apparently lower in caffeine?). I think this would be a good morning brew! Thanks to Kasumi for the sample.


Somehow lavender and puerh doesn’t sound good to me.

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Yet another one from Teabox B… I have tried a few other Nature’s Tea Leaf blends and I usually love them. This one is nice too!

First steep // low temp // 3 min
The color of this cup was very light. The temp may have been TOO low but Nature’s suggests 185 degrees. The lavender both dried and in the cup is lovely! I can taste the lavender more than the pu-erh.

Second steep // just boiled // 4-5 min
This cup is much darker! The lavender is still very strong and the pu-erh should be, but it is so mild flavored, I can hardly tell it is more than just lavender. But I like it – so lavendery!

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189 tasting notes

Appearance: curled dark grey-brown leaf light blue -grey lavender buds noticeable.
Aroma when Dry: sticky sweet, syrupy, earthy, floral
After water is first poured: dusty sweet floral.
At end of first steep: balanced lavender with slight earthy undertones
Tea liquor:
At end of first steep: purple hued brown
Second steep(about 3 min) flavor: Balanced floral lavender, light woody notes, no sour tang.
Third Steep(2-3 min) flavor: floral. slight bitterness, woody notes deepen again slightly.
Staple? No
Time of day preferred: unsure, likely evening.
first notes: floral from the lavender, slight woodiess, followed by an odd tang…then slight sourness
As it cools? Notes mellow a bit, tea gets dustier.
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No.
Lingers? Yes, both the sour/tangy quality, and the lavender stay, but the floral fades quickly.

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105 tasting notes

what is it with flavored puerhs? i tried to steep them longer but i just got stronger lavender, lol. but i liked this flavor best (side by side with samovar’s blood orange and davids coffee puerh)

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