Each leaf of the Kuding cha is expertly rolled by a tea craftsman to slowly unlock the true flavor of the Kuding tea. The taste of Ku Ding tea is a pure, distinctive bitter tea with an underlying sweet taste. The bitter taste wears off after the first sip followed by a pleasant sweet undertone. Recent studies have shown that this tea helps to promote weight loss and the reduction of high cholesterol levels. In Chinese medicine, bitter foods are highly regarded for their medicinal value and positive effects. To make a brew for one person, take about 3-5 rolled leaves and add 5 ounces of hot spring water (160-170F) and steep for 3-5 minutes. The strength of the tea can be adjusted to your taste by adjusting the brew time and the number of leaves used. The tea leaves will unfurl and release its beneficial properties to provide you a memorable bitter sweet cup. Multiple infusions can be made by increasing the steeping time.
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