Support weight control


It boosts the breakdown of fat and blocks the formation of fat cells due to high levels of ingredients thought to be active on human fat cells.



Soothe digestion


The polyphenols in this tea increase blood flow to the intestines and help to regulate bowel movements.



Improve oral health


The phytochemicals can control bacteria and lower the acidity of saliva and dental plaque, hence improving oral health and preventing bad breath.

This is Mr. Wang Ku Hao's farmland - located in Yunnan, China. It's over 100 years old, with an altitude higher than 2000m.

    • Authentic origin - Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China

      Ideal to grow Puerh tea due to the warm climate, heavy rainfall, hilly areas and uniquely high altitude (>2000m). Grown naturally without human intervention.


    • Aroma

      Earthy and mushroomy. It makes you feel like going back to the stone age where things were raw and primitive.


  • Loose leaves

    Fresh with minimum post-processing, so natural elements and flavours are perserved.

    • Authentic origin - Xishuangbanna, Yunnan, China

      Ideal to grow Puerh tea due to the warm climate, heavy rainfall, hilly areas and uniquely high altitude (>2000m). Grown naturally without human intervention.


    • Aroma

      Earthy and mushroomy. It makes you feel like going back to the stone age where things were raw and primitive.


  • Loose leaves

    Fresh with minimum post-processing, so natural elements and flavours are perserved.

Brewing



1-3 mins


100℃ / 210℉


1-2 TSP


Re-steep 3-5 times


*Note* Chinese teas should generally be steeped for a shorter time(~1min). They may get bitter if steep for too long, as they are usually big loose leaves.

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