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Prince Of Peace Tea Premium Pu-erh Tea, 100 teabags

4.5 out of 5 stars 303 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 100% Pu-Erh Tea Leaves
  • Harvested from a tea plantation that uses one of the finest black teas from China.
  • Excellent source of polyphenols with powerful antioxidant properties.
  • Individually wrapped tea bag

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Product Description

Prince of Peace® Premium Pu-Erh Tea.
NET WT. 100 tea bags x 1.8g (6.35 OZ/180g).

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 8.7 x 2.8 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000K9CDV0
  • UPC: 039278171006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (303 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,834 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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Ingredients

Pu-erh tea leaves

Directions

Place one tea bag in a 6 fl. oz. cup, add boiling water and let it steep for 3-5 minutes before drinking. Sweeten to taste - we recommend Prince of Peace® Honey CrystalsTM.

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Pu-erh tea takes some getting used to for the typical American palate. Though I cannot wear the moniker of "Lifetime Tea Drinker," I do consider myself reasonably seasoned in black teas: whether PG-Tips (my personal preference), Might Leaf (a great brand), Twinings, Taylors of Harrogate/Yorkshire Gold, or more common/grocery-store brands of Bigelow, Red Rose, Tetley, and etc . I ordered this tea, after hearing about its health benefits and noting the good reviews of the tea on this website. But after trying my first cup, I thought there must be some mistake; a terrible one. The Amazon reviewers had conspired together to play a giant practical joke on me...

To those accustomed to Assam or Ceylon black teas: this is a different animal. The taste was very complex and literally dirty. My first thought was that this was a bad batch or that this brand was a low quality, budget brand and that reviewers were slanting their reviews based on preexisting low expectations. So, I tried Numi's (a far more expensive, organic brand) Emperor's Pu-erh Tea, sure that I was going to brew a very different, cleaner-tasting tea. Wrong. Even though there was a slight difference in the quality of the tea, if anything, I gained an appreciation of the Prince of Peace tea I tried in the first place, as its taste is slightly more sweet and fruity underneath all the dark, muddy flavor. Sigh.

This IS a good tea-- for Pu-erh tea. The more I drink this tea, the more it grows on me. Just know what you're getting into.
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Yes, PoP more than doubled the price of this tea after Dr. Mehmet Oz talked about it's health benefits, but the high-quality Pu-erh teas found elsewhere cost several times more, and for good reason. Prince of Peace can barely get away with calling this Pu-erh because it is of such low quality. If you really want to enjoy an exquisite cup of Pu-erh, try the higher quality loose or cake type Pu-erh. It's a little more work to brew properly but the benefits and superior taste are well worth the cost and your time. In a pinch, you can brew the tea leaves in a drip coffee maker. When the brewing stops, carefully lift out the coffee filter with the wet leaves, tie it closed with a piece of string and hang it over the side of the pot so the packet is in the tea. Steep it for 3 to 5 minutes on the heat plate of the coffee maker.

As for the health benefits, I've never experienced such dramatic results so quickly. The second day after I started drinking a better quality Pu-erh tea my high blood pressure was gone and so was my expensive prescription! I was absolutely amazed at the fast results and an added benefit is that it is the best tasting tea on the planet. I have never found any tea that has the natural sweetness of Pu-erh and the exotic, earthy taste is almost intoxicating. I expected something this healthy to taste awful or, at best, tolerable but the opposite was true. Some of the other health benefits may take longer to become obvious, but even if my lowered blood pressure is the only benefit that results from drinking this tea, I will be overjoyed. If you've never tried it, do yourself a favor and shell out the bucks for the high-quality Pu-erh. If you are drinking it to loose weight or burn fat, try brewing a 6-cup pot using equal parts Pu-erh, white and green teas.
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This is a tea with supposed health benefits. However, it has a unique, somewhat smokey flavor this is OK. It is not a tea that I would automatically reach for time and time again.
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I gather that, perhaps thanks to Oprah, a lot of people have gotten interested in this tea because (quote) "it contributes to weight loss?" And then, some of those people actually don't like the way this tea tastes. That's fair enough. Taste is an individual matter.
Now, I myself came across this tea just a couple of years ago - after a lifetime of tea drinking - and I just love it. That's just my two cents worth, and others might not like this tea at all. But ya know, I suspect that people who buy this tea for "weight loss" might perceive it as some sort of "medicine." And, you know, medicine is "supposed" to taste bad. Personally, I'm dubious about this whole "contributes to weight loss" claim - about any tea. I suppose it might (or it might not). I myself bought this tea as... errrh...TEA. And I think it delicious. But previously I did consume Chinese Oolong (Wulong) tea regularly. It was while buying some more Oolong tea at a Chinese store that the proprietor directed me to try Pu-erh. I did so and liked it a lot. For a while I would buy Oolong AND Pu-erh, and then I just decided to buy JUST Pu-erh tea from then on.
I think Pu-erh is very similar to Oolong. Pu-erh tea is like "earthy" Oolong tea. So, my opinion is along the lines that IF you like Oolong tea, you might very well like Pu-erh. And, as best I know, Oolong has an equal reputation for "contributing to weight loss," so if you're unsure, try Oolong tea first and see how that suits your palate. By the way, I do think Chinese teas should be consumed without milk, lemon or sweetner. Milk (or lemon) is fine for Indian teas - I put milk in my Earl Grey tea and can't imagine Earl Grey without milk. But Chinese teas are best consumed without. And of course, whether you are overweight or not, you need to forego the sweetners - they're just not good for you.
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