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Sweet Home contains Fermented Puer Tea to make you feel at home wherever you are

Tea Plays Fermented Puer Tea

Our Tea Bonbon Sweet Home contains a tea type that reminds many people of homeliness and joy of a long legacy...

Puer tea, with a labeling law defining it as produced in Yunnan province, is a highly recognizable 'Black' or 'Red' Chinese tea. It is undoubtedly the tea most famous in China for its ability to improve with age. Another unusual detail is the precise species that it comes from – while the majority is from the Camellia Sinensis variety, the Camellia Taliensis is also drawn on for Puer.

Just as some rice wines can be kept for a long time, improving in flavor and value, Puer tea can be set aside (just as a European might keep certain wines for a long time) and enjoyed later.

For this reason, just like good quality rice wines, Puer can be given as a gift to newlyweds or people who are in the business of getting a new home. The tea will settle in with them and improve with time, just like the marriage (one hopes). This is the so-called 'raw' Puer (Sheng in Chinese).

Other Puers are deliberately fermented during production (Shou, or Ripened Puer) by spraying them with water and storing them in humid conditions. The process is meant to create a result that tastes like the naturally aged and fermented types. These are ready to drink right away.

While Puer is known for its woody, heavy flavors that not everyone takes to right away, Sweet Home combines Rose and Stevia to balance the acidity with fragrance and a slight sweetness.

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Good Morning

Good Morning

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Ingredients:

  • Red Tea
  • Calendula
  • Mint
Brainstorming

Brainstorming

Oolong gives natural sweetness Ginseng energizes you

Ingredients:

  • Oolong Tea
  • Ginseng
  • Rosemary
After Lunch

After Lunch

Raw Puer & Hawthorn, key to digestion Jasmine freshens your breath

Ingredients:

  • Pu'er Tea
  • Jasmine
  • Hawthorn
Sweet Home

Sweet Home

Fermented Puer soothes you Rose comforts with a pleasant aroma.

Ingredients:

  • Fermented Pu'er Tea
  • Rose
  • Stevia
  • Good Morning
  • Brainstorming
  • After Lunch
  • Sweet Home
  • Good Morning

    Dianhong black tea awakens you Calendula helps with anti-radiation Mint refreshes you in the morning

    Ingredients:

    • Red Tea
    • Calendula
    • Mint

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  • Brainstorming

    Oolong gives natural sweetness Ginseng energizes you

    Ingredients:

    • Oolong Tea
    • Ginseng
    • Rosemary

    View

  • After Lunch

    Raw Puer & Hawthorn, key to digestion Jasmine freshens your breath

    Ingredients:

    • Pu'er Tea
    • Jasmine
    • Hawthorn

    View

  • Sweet Home

    Fermented Puer soothes you Rose comforts with a pleasant aroma.

    Ingredients:

    • Fermented Pu'er Tea
    • Rose
    • Stevia

    View

  • Good Morning
  • Brainstorming
  • After Lunch
  • Sweet Home

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