Thai Hei Cha (Shu Pu-erh)

Thai Hei Cha (Shou Pu-erh) is grown and produced in the northern territory of Thailand, up on Doi Wawee hill, Chiangrai Province. Up there on the hills, are great fertile areas for cultivation and the climate suits the tea tree growth, which gives the tea a different taste from Chinese Pu-erh. 

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Place of OriginChiang Rai Province
CountryThailand
Weight357 g.
TypeShou (Black)
ClassificationPu-erh Tea
IngredientsTea 100% free of artificial additives

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Pu-erh tea from Thailand is a good combination of using tea bushes that are approximately 50-150 years old, giving the tea a fresh aroma and energetic intense flavor. This tea's production process is similar to the Chinese tea, but is from a different growing area and has another recipe. When drinking, the strong taste will come first, then the tea gets sweeter and has a unique Thai aroma.

Health Benefits of Pu-erh Tea

From studies and researchers from different universities and laboratories, it is believed that the below details are accordingly:

  • Contains important mixture that would help boost metabolism and burn fat, which can help with those who wishes to lose weight
  • Drinking Pu-Erh “during” or “after” a meal will help cleanse the fat and oil from the body
  • Reduces blood sugar, fat, blood pressure, cholesterol, cleanses the blood system, and prevents clogged arteries
  • Contains antioxidants and helps prevent cancer
  • Strengthens immunity system and prevents bacteria/viruses
  • Cleanse toxins, coat intestines giving stomach care, and helps keep the excretory system healthy
  • Prevent and slow aging before time and revives natural skin beauty glow
  • Provides oral hygiene care and eliminates bad breath

 

How to Brew Pu-erh Tea

  • Water temperature: 90-100 degrees Celsius.
  • Housewares: clay, porcelain or ceramic teapot or mug.
  • The number of brewings: 5-10.
  • The amount of tea and volume: 3-5 grams per 150 - 250 ml.

 

  1. Place the tea leaves into the teapot
  2. Pour water into the teapot
  3. After 10 seconds – throw out the water
  4. One more time pour water into the teapot
  5. After 10 seconds – throw out the water
  6. Pour water into teapot
  7. Leave the mixture for at least 15-30 seconds. (We recommend increasing the duration of the next brewing by about 5-10 seconds)
  8. Drain the water out from teapot and your tea is ready to serve

 

Enjoy your tea! Tea Village Team.

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Thai Hei Cha (Shu Pu-erh)

Thai Hei Cha (Shu Pu-erh)

Thai Hei Cha (Shou Pu-erh) is grown and produced in the northern territory of Thailand, up on Doi Wawee hill, Chiangrai Province. Up there on the hills, are great fertile areas for cultivation and the climate suits the tea tree growth, which gives the tea a different taste from Chinese Pu-erh. 

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