Pu-erh Coconut Cacao

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This special premixed Tealux blend is composed of a delicious combination of the finest Chinese Pu- Erh tea with cocoa and coconut to offer a warm, intricate flavor palette with hidden depths.

Containing a medium to bold caffeine content thanks to the naturally occurring caffeination of Pu- Erh tea and cocoa nibs, this warming and enticing tea provides the perfect pick me up for any time of the day. Offering a smooth and well rounded yet robust flavor, the heady aromas of Pu- Erh tea and sweet coconut are balanced by the warm chocolaty depths of natural cocoa beans with a light hazelnut finish.

Our unique blend of loose leaf Pu- Erh is certified organic by the USDA, and can be steeped multiple times to produce a different flavor palette with each brewing.

Ingredients: Organic loose leaf Pu- Erh tea, organic cocoa nibs, organic coconut pieces, natural flavors.

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Man. I just can’t do it guys. I guess pu-erh is not for me.

I’m not having a great tea day either. I started the morning trying a new assam, but used my steeper which was heavily tainted with the scent of my huckleberry tea, so it infused a perfume-y huckleberry flavor into the assam. Gonna try that one again before I review it because I really wasn’t tasting the true flavor of that tea. Then I tried this tea, and ick! I hate to say that about any tea, but I just can’t stomach these pu-erhs. The last pu-erh I tried tasted like leather to me, and this one has that flavor. It’s a major turn-off to me. I tried to focus on the coconut and cocoa nib flavor, but couldn’t get past the leather. It also seemed to have like a peppercorn spiciness, which I also didn’t like. I admit, I dumped most of it.

I just don’t understand pu-erhs. I’ve had the Lupicia chocolate strawberry one, and it didn’t really taste much different to me than a black tea. And I LOVE the sTEApshoppe cinnamon swirl bread tea, but then again it is a blend with black tea, I guess. I feel like maybe I should stop trying since I could spend the money on stuff I am more likely to enjoy. I really wanted to like all forms of tea though. Humph!


you tried. that’s great! leave it and try it again in a few months…see if your tastes have changed but try swapping to pick up samples so you’re not “wasting money” or add a small sample to another order heh.


Thanks, Sil! I guess I won’t give up just yet!


just take a pause – tea drinking should be fun! i went through the same thing to be honest – though i had a bit less trouble than you it seems. i love the two that you mentioned in your tasting note – but there are also puerhs i love now that are similar to black teas but subtly different enough that i can appreciate them for what they are. I’m still taking baby steps but i have samples coming from tea friends to add to the small sample pile i have of puerh so if i find some good non leather ones that i think you could like, i’ll let you know. happy to share in the journey :)

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This one came my way from the ever generous Dexter3657.

This is pretty good. Very creamy from the coconut, with a hint of cocoa. I’m not getting any earthiness that can accompany pu’erhs, this is just a smooth, easy sipping tea.

I’m really liking the Tealux pu’erhs, and this one is no exception.

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I’ll freely admit I’ve been leery about trying pu-erhs. I’ve read about how they can have an earthy/fishy taste, and wondered why anyone would want that. I decided to go with a flavoured one to start with, hoping to ease in.

Verdict? It’s not bad. I had no idea whether I should rinse it or not, so I erred on the side of caution and rinsed the leaves for 20 sec before steeping it for 3 min. I can taste an earthy base note (relative to the oolongs and greens I drink), but it’s not overpowering. And not fishy, thank goodness. I don’t really taste coconut, but maybe it gives it a bit of creaminess that otherwise wouldn’t be there. I do get chocolate notes, which I like.

I’m glad I tried it. I don’t see myself drinking it all the time, but it was a good intro to Pu-erhs. My sample only has enough for 2 more cups, but I will try re-steeping this one and see how it changes.

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