Pu’erh

Pronounced Pu’WARE, it is harvest in Yunnan Province, China. Pu’erh, or Pu’er, has a deep earthy flavour to it and is very bold. This is my go-to tea for when I need a pick me up, and not just because I’m sleepy. Pairs well with every book I’ve ever read.


  • Cinnamon Hearts Pu’erh- Steeped Tea. Smells like the cinnamon hearts you buy during Valentine’s. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, THIS TEA. Drink hot, steep a maximum of two-minutes. This one leans to the bitter side when it gets cold.