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Last Outdoor East Side Market!

October 13th, 2015 | Posted in: Farmers Market

Photo by Vanessa Tortolano

Hey kids! Today is the last outdoor East Side Farmers Market. Next week we move inside the Wil – Mar center.

Photo by Vanessa Tortolano

Photo by Vanessa Tortolano

This week we are sending out some of our left overs as well as a Bordeaux Pu-erh.

Taken from the Rishi Tea website:

Pu-erh tea has an ancient history of more than 2,000 years, originating in Yunnan Province of southwestern China. There are two distinct types of pu-erh: sheng pu-erh (the raw or green type) and shu pu-erh (the ripened or black type)…

Pu-erh is a specially fermented form of tea, and both shu and sheng pu-erh types are made from a sun-dried green tea called saiqing mao cha. Like Champagne or other regionally specific foods and beverages, pu-erh is a geographically indicated (GI) product, and it can only be produced and fermented in Southern Yunnan with sun-dried green tea from certain tea varietals found in Yunnan, Laos, Burma and some parts of Thailand and Vietnam. Pu-erh tea, with its unique bold and earthy character, is becoming very popular all over the world as a health and wellness tea. It is regarded as a slimming and naturally safe dieter’s tea throughout Southeast Asia, where it is an integral part of the food culture.

So we have here, a double fermented tea!! Also, what makes this a Bordeaux flavor is that it has a medley of grape skins used to traditionally make Bordeaux wine. It is tart and tantalizing.

Turmeric Mango Ginger

 

The West Side Community market will still be outside until November 7th! Come visit us and get your hard to find flavors before we hibernate for the winter!!

Updated on: October 13th, 2015 | Posted in: Farmers Market

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