Chocolate Puerh Tea
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16 count / $0.44 each count
We’d drink chocolate in just about anything, but this silky mix of citrus, spice, and cocoa powder is truly spectacular. Aged for two months instead of the usual eight hours, it's in a class all its own.
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Classic pu-erh (pū-ĕr) comes from trees in the Yunnan Mountains which have been growing for half a century. It boasts a complicated profile, with new notes in each sip, ranging from bittersweet to earthy to floral. The complex taste and history of pu-erh combine with tart orange peel, blended spices, and, of course, cocoa powder for a unique and indulgent cup that you’ll be brewing again and again.
This chocolate pu-erh is high caffeine, like a classic one tends to be.
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- Sustainable Agriculture
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- Recyclable Packaging
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- Carbon Neutral
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- Poverty & Hunger
The carton is curbside recyclable. The tea bag is home or industrially compostable. The wrapper is industrially compostable. Find a location near you.
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How it does good
A global family business serving the global family
Tea-making is hardly as simple (or as soothing) as pouring water into a cup. Deforestation, water shortages, and threats to biodiversity are all results of less ethical tea-based agriculture. Numi, a brother-sister team based in Oakland, is out to change that, with environmental practices focused on making great, flavorful tea while protecting land and employees. They cut out pesticides, fertilizers, and machine picking that impact taste, farmland, and the workers who handle them. They also use practices that sustain ecological harmony and send out their products in compostable bags and wrappers. The word “Numi” refers to an Iraqi drink, symbolic of hospitality and community. True to its name, Numi is introducing new, global tastes and new, globally protective practices with their tea.
supporting key causes
The Numi Foundation donates fresh fruits and vegetables to food-insecure families and works with communities for long-term access to drinking water and sanitation. And community gardens, diversity and inclusion organizations, and a 2020 ballot initiative to eliminate truck emissions in California are just some in a long, long list of their contributions.Learn More
low carbon footprint
Numi began eliminating direct and indirect carbon emissions along their growth and production lines in 2011. As of 2020, they have officially achieved Climate Neutral Certified status, which means that they have reduced and offset their emissions down to zero. Way to set a goal and stick to it!Learn More
In 2020, they introduced a first-of-its-kind, plant-based wrapper, made with sugarcane and eucalyptus to be industrially compostable and break down fully, without any leftovers that will be harmful to the environment.Learn More
Their founders maintain direct, decades-long relationships with tea producers, with traceable products from more than 34 countries. They support their farmers and producers with Fair Trade Certification and Fair Labor Verification, which uphold living standards and sponsor education, health care, community, and infrastructure initiatives for farming communities.Learn More
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About the Brand
Numi was founded in 1999 in Oakland, California by brother and sister Ahmed Rahim and Reem Hassani with a vision to share the transformative, healing power of tea with the world. They named their company after the steeped dried desert lime they drank in their early childhood in Baghdad, Iraq. The drink symbolizes hospitality and community (numi means “citrus” in Arabic). Creative, conscious change-makers, they have introduced little-known herbs and teas to the United States, while advancing human rights and sustainable causes around the globe.Shop Brand
How to use
For a perfect, energizing brew, steep 4-5 minutes. Give it a swirl so the chocolate doesn't settle. For a delectable iced version, steep 2 tea bags, allow to cool, and pour over ice.
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This chocolate pu-erh tea tastes so good - I drink it without any milk or sweetener. It's got a very smooth pleasant flavor. Definitely strong caffeine - I try to either substitute this for coffee (!!) or drink in early afternoon.
I love this tea, it's definitely got chocolate but it's not really sweet at all and you can still tell there's black tea in it too. Really surprised at how good it was. Perfect with biscotti or some other baked good
Not much flavor
My favorite tea
This is my very favorite tea. I love it with cream and stevia extract. Even if you aren't a tea lover you will probably like this kind. so delicious.
It's smooth and has just the right amount of caffeine.