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Kuding Cha



Kuding Tea leaves are long and narrow. They are dried and twisted together to form long stick-like or needle shapes that are a deep brown to black.

Caffeine Content | Low
Liquor Colour | Greenish-yellow

How does it taste?

Kuding tea, from the words Ku – meaning bitter and Ding – meaning spike, be prepared for a strong earthy, very bitter taste! The liquor is a lovely yellow hue with a powerful medicinal aroma. Steep with only a few leaves to begin until you get familiar with the taste.

Health Benefits of Kuding Tea

If you can deal with the bitterness, the health benefits of Kuding Tea tea are imposing! It is excellent for headaches, sinusitis, improving the mind and increasing memory. Use it for lowering blood pressure, reducing cholesterol and detoxing.

Kuding Cha can effectively reduce blood pressure, blood lipids, and blood sugar. It also has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps regulate bowel movements. Regularly drinking this tea can also help prevent acne.

For Best Brewing

Hot Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  2 to 3 pieces
  3 to 5 minutes
   Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.
  Gradually increase steeping time and temperature for subsequent brewing.

Iced Tea
  250ml just-boiled water
  3 to 4 pieces
  3 to 5 minutes
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Cold-Brew Iced Tea
  250ml cold water
3 to 4 pieces
  Chill in the fridge for at least 4 hours, up to 48 hours.
Pour over glass with ice.
    Add a teaspoon of honey or your preferred sweetener.

Product Packaging

Resealable Zip Pouch
30g | 12 x 20 cm
50g | 15 x 22 cm
100g | 18 x 26 cm

Vacuum Bag
250g | 20 x 35 cm

Glass Bottle
30g Glass Bottle
| 15 x 4.7 cm

Tin Can
170g Large Tin Can | 18.8 x 8.6 cm
280g XL Tin Can | 20 x 10 cm


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