Flavored Pu-Erh Tea, Pu-erh Tea
Sticky Rice Tou Cha Ripe
People often ask if there is real sticky rice added to this tea. Actually, the smell of rice comes from one secret ingredient: an herb from Yunnan called “Nuo Mi Xiang” or “Semnostachya Menglaenisis.” The Chinese name of this herb is literally translated as “sticky rice fragrance.” The flavor of these 5 gram nests (perfectly sized for a pot of tea) is rich, nutty, and sweet. As a bonus, some even tout this tea as a great hangover cure.