Scottish Caramel Pu-erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Butterscotch, Caramel, Malt
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  • “My friend and I went to Tea Gallerie's tasting room. They offer "flights" where you can try several different teas before you buy. Scottish caramel pu-erh was hands-down my favorite. The heavenly...” Read full tasting note
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Scottish Caramel Pu-erh

Surrender to the sensory euphoria with earthy pu-erh leaves draped in ribbons of thick caramel and golden butterscotch. It is acknowledged as the best tea for weight loss because it naturally curbs appetite, boosts metabolism, and can even lower cholesterol.

Steeping Instructions: Heat water to 195 degrees then place 1 tsp. of loose leaf in tea maker or infuser (1 tsp. per cup). Steep for 3-5 minutes then simply enjoy!

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My friend and I went to Tea Gallerie’s tasting room. They offer “flights” where you can try several different teas before you buy. Scottish caramel pu-erh was hands-down my favorite. The heavenly smell of caramel and butterscotch wafts up from the cup before your first sip. As you drink, you can taste the yummy deep pu-erh flavor but it is tempered by the smoothness of the caramel. I couldn’t stop drinking this one!! So yummy!

Flavors: Butterscotch, Caramel, Malt

boychik

I love this one. I got it from Angelina’s Tea. Add some milk and maple syrup and its like Irish cream

TeaGirl

Tea Gallerie also had a really nice reserve milk oolong that I liked. I’m so glad I got to try some of their teas. Thanks for the recommendation boychik—that sounds delicious! I did bring some home so will have to try it!

boychik

Don’t forget to rinse it first since its puerh. Few secs;)

TeaGirl

Thank you for reminding me. I’ve never had a pu-erh before. Do you rinse it lightly or more than that?

boychik

This one just cover with boil water and 3-5 sec is enough. Don’t worry it’s so strongly flavored, you will not wash it out.

TeaGirl

Sounds good. :) thank you.

Riimu

I’ve been thinking of buying this from my local tea shop, now I’m sure I should buy it.

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