Native to China's Yunnan district, pu-erh is cultivated from the plant Camellia sinensis, which also supplies other variations of tea. What makes this tea different from others is that pu-erh is fermented like oolong tea and then goes through another process known as post-fermentation. Once the tea is fermented, leaves are sun-dried and aged in a high-humidity environment. As it is popularly said, the more aged wine is, the better it tastes. Similarly, pu-erh tea gets better the longer it is aged.
Certified Organic. High Caffeine. Loose leaf tea available in 2 oz. pouch offering up to 28 servings or 4 oz. pouch offering up to 56 servings. Each serving is approximately 2 grams or 1 teaspoon of tea to 8 oz. of water.