PuErh Matcha Organic

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From Red Leaf Tea

Pure organic matcha made from green tea leaves,
Raw, organic, e Pu Erh Tea, Matcha-style powder .

Matcha is one of the most popular teas around. We love the Matcha style and wanted to recreate it with different flavors of teas. We have taken our fabulous loose-leaf Pu Erh Tea and stone ground it into a fine Matcha-style powder.

You may not be familiar with Pu Erh Tea. It is a Chinese specialty that involves rolling and drying tea leaves and then fermenting them. Pu Erh Tea is also known as Dark Tea because the tea leaves get darker as the fermentation process works. Pu Erh has much historical significance. Bricks of Pu Erh Tea were used as currency between nomadic tribes, but are now used just for drinking.

With a sweet and earthy taste, Pu Erh Matcha has mellow after-taste. Pu Erh tea powder, for some, is an acquired taste. Nonetheless, it is lovely and makes for an enjoyable morning or afternoon beverage.

Pu Erh Matcha has many health benefits tea drinkers will also enjoy. It contains calcium, folic acid and Vitamins B1, B2 and B6. Not only that, Pu Erh tea powder helps with:

Digestive problems Hangovers from the effects of alcohol Weight loss Increasing the metabolism Reducing cholesterol

Drinking our amazing Pu Erh Matcha will help you feel better as well as give you many of the nutrients you need daily. Whether you are an avid tea drinker or just starting out, our Pu Erh Matcha is definitely one to try and add to your collection.

We offer only the highest quality teas at great prices. We have an amazing and extensive selection of different tea varieties so you are sure to find one or two that please your taste buds. Whatever it is you enjoy in the tea realm, we have it. Try us today and you will never have to look for a new tea company again.

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I held off on trying this one until I was brave and since I was feeling squirrelly (Did you see my previous post? I’m giving away tea!) I thought I would belly-up to the matcha bar and try it today!

Pu-erh matcha. Ok. Here-goes!

The matcha powder looks just like cocoa-powder. It doesn’t have a heavy aroma like I thought it would which is fine. I only just one scoop of this powder for my first go around and really – I think that is all I needed!

Once I added water – it didn’t foam or bubble like other matchas but I’m not basing my opinions on that. The liquid is the darkest-of-dark, tho, much like a tar-black in color.

The aroma is a subtle pu-erh scent. Thankfully.

The taste is silky and velvety and very strong considering the amount (or lack there of) I added to the water or the water I added to the powder depending on which way you look at it – I guess.

But the actual TASTE is rather nice. I like this one much more than I anticipated! And chalk-full of B Vitamins, Calcium, and folic acid – that’s always a PLUS.



Wow I didn’t even know puerh matcha existed!

Geoffrey Norman

Wow, I’m surprised you liked it. I found this to be absolutely horrendous. Like, fishy powder.


I’m rather surprised, too! LOL – I used a VERY little bit!!!! How much did you use?

Geoffrey Norman

I actually used two-to-three chashaku spoonfuls. A smidge above usucha approach. Even that was too much fishy.


I went with one smalles-of-the-small matcha scoops! LOL


yikes… this one… scares me.

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Oh goodness this is unique. I prepared this the traditional way you’d prepare matcha, in a chawan with a chasen (whisk), got it to a nice bubbly froth. It tasted just as you’d kind of expect, very much leathery, earthy, dirty puer taste, but not dirty in the bad sense. It actually had a clean finish taste-wise, but a sort of powdery dirty mouthfeel. It’s kind of intense and dark, bitter like coffee.

While this tea is unique I almost wonder if it wouldn’t be better in some kind of interesting puer matcha latte or something. I think it lacks the complexity you get when steeping shu puer the normal way, plus you don’t get the many repeated infusions you would normally get with puer. I’m sure there’s an audience for this tea, out there… I’m just not sure who it is.

Flavors: Coffee, Earth, Leather

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