Ancient Phoenix Balls Fermented Puer Tea


Tea Description

Our Award Winning, certified organic, Ancient Phoenix Fermented Puer now available in a convenient "chocolate ball" style package, making it easy to take your tea with you! Each square is a single serving and the packaging is 100% recyclable. This tea won the Gold Medal from the Yunnan Government Puer Competition for best Fermented Puer 2011. This fermented puer is the best tasting we have ever tried. It has a truly unique, rich, velvety espresso, unsweetened chocolate, and licorice flavor and smell. The liquor is a rich earth brown that looks like espresso and is very, very thick. The leaves are short, twisted with light and dark brown swirls. Each box contains 10 balls of 8-grams servings.

The Year

2013 (Aged Ripe Puer)

Tea Story

This Award Winning Puer won the Gold Medal at the 2011 Yunnan Government Puer Competition in both categories of Best Fermented Puer and Best Raw Puers. It is hand-picked by Grandma Yang of the Yi tribe in Yunnan. The tea leaves are from ancient, certified organic tea trees on a sustainable tea plantation on Wuliang Mountain. When pressed into cakes they use a special fragrant wood using only the pressure of their hands to press it giving it a truly unique flavor.

Tea Benefits

This tea can really settle your stomach as the rich, thick liquor can give a protective coating on the inside. Fermented puer is rich in beneficial bacteria which significantly aids digestion and is relaxing for the stomach. Fermented puer also typically has double the vitamin C of raw puer which happens during the cooking process. It is thought to also reduce clogging of the arteries due to eating fatty foods.*

* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Tasting Profile

* Unsweetened Chocolate + Licorice Flavors 

Tea Type

Fermented Puer Tea ( Ripe Puer)

Tea Location

Wuliang Mountain, Yunnan, China.

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