Herbal Tea

Our herbal teas do not contain the traditional tea leaves of the camellia sinensis plant and, thus, are naturally caffeine-free. The flowers and fruits are allowed to slowly wither, allowing the natural moisture to evaporate before being sun dried.

2010 Imperial Wild-Growing Kuding from Hainan Province

Brewing guidelines:

2 sticks per 100ml: infuse at 80-85C (180-185F) for about 1 minute; gradually increase steeping time for subsequent infusions.

Kuding tea has the reputation of being a health tea, a longevity tea and a slimming tea. It has been proven to diminish inflammation, reduce toxins, lower blood pressure, and contribute to weight loss regimens. Kuding tea is widely used to combat colds, rhinitis, itching eyes, red eyes, sore throats and headaches. Kuding can be a particularly bitter tea if steeped too long. Yet this Hainan tea is not as bitter as Guangxi Kuding.

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  • Taste: Delicately astringent
  • Brewing vessel: Glass pot

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