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Bitter tea(ku ding cha)

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Caffeine Level:Low
Color:Clear Greenish Liquid
Ingredient:Wild leaves
Taste:Very Bitter!


This tea is bitter! It is only for those who can handle this strong, bold, bitter taste. It is often used in Chinese medicine to soothe "Heat." Heat is when ones body is imbalance due to over consumption of oily and/or hot food. This tea is great for those who like a bitter sweet taste, if you mix this this with ginseng oolong tea it will make your tongue go wild. You will taste the bitterness in the middle of your tongue and a strong sweet taste will quickly spread from the middle to the sides of your tongue.

Temperature: 195F, Boiling first then let water sit for 30 seconds; Use: 3-4 sticks per 8 ounces of water; Infusion time: 4-5 minutes.

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