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Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2) Reviews

Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2)

Numi Organic Tea Emperor's Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2)

  • Set of two boxes, each containing 16 double-chambered teabags (total of 32 teabags)
  • Smooth, rich and energizing
  • Pu-erh is traditionally used as a slimming tea and to aid digestion
  • 100% real, organic, non-GMO verified tea and ingredients
  • Pu-erh has more antioxidants that green tea

Brews a smoothly bold, dark cup of tea with energizing vitality and complex, earthy layers of flavor. Deeply satisfying as a coffee alternative, pu-erh tea has been treasured for centuries by emperors seeking health and longevity. Numi is proud to reveal the ancient tradition of pu-erh by offering a superior example of the secret healing tea in convenient tea bags for a regal steep wherever you may travel

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The Emperor’s Club (Widescreen Edition)

The Emperor's Club (Widescreen Edition)

Kevin Kline, Emile Hirsch, Embeth Davidtz. A beloved professor of an exclusive prep school engages the mind of a powerful senator’s troubled son, countering his dangerous antics by inciting his thirst for knowledge-much to his father’s dismay. 2002/color/110 min/PG-13.Comparisons to Dead Poets Society are inevitable, but The Emperor’s Club achieves a rich identity all its own. In the honorable tradition of great teacher dramas like Goodbye, Mr. Chips, Kevin Kline is well cast as Mr. Hundert, lon

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5 comments on “Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2) Reviews

  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    my go to alternative to coffee, March 22, 2011
    By 
    UmYum2

    This review is from: Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2) (Grocery)

    Being a student, I am constantly searching for something that is going to keep me awake and alert throughout the day and even the night. Coffee and 5 hour energy definitely does the trick but I hate feeling jittery, all to crash at the end of the day.

    My grandpa actually gave me some Puerh cause he was trying to cut back on coffee and said it might help. I have never been a big coffee drinker so the flavor was a bit intense at first but i’ve grown to like it.

    What I like most is it keeps me energized throughout the day but I’m not shaking and spazzing out like I would be after taking shots of energy.

    I would recommend this tea to anyone who is looking for something not as intense as an energy drink or coffee but still needs something to keep them awake or alert.

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  2. 8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The real deal, July 17, 2011
    By 
    T. ross (Chicago, IL) –
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    This review is from: Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2) (Grocery)

    I first tried Puerh tea 5 years ago and ever since was willing pay for the luxurious experience.
    It’s hard to describe like trying to explain what a truffle tastes like.
    Very earthy and savory .

    I am exited I found this Numi brand it is difficult to get that whole leaf taste and this tea bag tastes like
    it was prepared with the whole leaves and from a very good quality . I was expecting it to be somewhat of a knock off or similar to an Oolong but this is the real deal and I do not have to go through all the fuss to prepare it without the tea bag now.

    Puerh Tea tastes better when the leaves or Tea bag is reused up to 5 times. Just make sure the bag dries completely. This is the way the Tea connoisseurs recommend drinking it. I personally use my leaves or tea bags 4 times with this type.

    I love this and will repurchase again.

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  3. 6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A truly bizarre tea experience, October 7, 2010
    By 
    Simon Bennett (Seattle, WA) –
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    This review is from: Numi Organic Tea Emperor’s Puerh, Full Leaf Black Tea, 16-Count Tea Bags (Pack of 2) (Grocery)

    While I originally purchased this product knowing it was not a typical black tea, I was struck by just how odd the flavor of the brewed tea is to my palate. Far from the relatively straightforward nuances of an English breakfast black tea, the 500 year process resulting in this tea engenders some flavors I am still unable to identify. My first impression is that of an oyster-like scent, though upon drinking it this tea is still quite tasty and has no unpleasant aftertaste. I would recommend this tea only to adventurous tea connoisseurs who are ready for a departure from your typical black tea, and are prepared to sample a range of flavors that is truly more Chinese than Western in it’s composition.

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  4. 77 of 81 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An Outstanding and Genuine Triumph, September 23, 2003
    By 
    Michael Crane (Orland Park, IL USA) –

    This review is from: The Emperor’s Club (Widescreen Edition) (DVD)

    I had no idea how much I would end up enjoying this wonderful and awe-inspiring film. I was worried that it was going to try to be another “Dead Poets Society.” To my surprise, it isn’t. In fact, I’ll even go further and say that I thought this was a lot better. “The Emperor’s Club” is a powerful and gripping drama about principle, virtue and ethical compromises.

    The story revolves around a teacher, William Hundert. He’s a passionate man who loves what he does and hopes that he is actually having an impact on his students with his teachings. Things get complicated when he meets a new student, Sedgewick Bell. The kid is a troublemaker who cries out for attention with his actions. However, Hundert is convinced that he can turn him around and help him learn something from his class; not only that, but he hopes that he can learn something about life itself. Hundert believes in him so much that he is even willing to make a great compromise that will have an absolute impact in some way, whether it be positive or negative. The results are surprising and unexpected, but the overall product is an outstanding movie that makes you think twice about your life.

    This was really a great film that had me surprised all the way. I had no idea how deep and effective it would end up being. When you see “The Emperor’s Club,” it actually makes you want to look at your life right then and there. You realize that you do want to live a life of honor, virtue and principle. We tend to live in a society that forgets about these important qualities sometimes; this being dubbed, “The Real World.” However, this does not mean that we have to forget or overlook these things. It is possible to still have virtue in one’s life.

    Everything about this movie is remarkable. It has some great acting, a terrific script, and a genuine and authentic direction. Kevin Klein is amazing as William Hundert. It’s a crime that he did not receive an Academy Award for his performance in this underrated film; or at least he should’ve been nominated for one. He is able to portray a great and wonderful character; also, he is able to play a character with realistic flaws that reminds us that he is a human-being. This is something we rarely see in films; as we are always given the impression that teachers are invincible and flawless when they are usually portrayed in films.

    The DVD has some nice extra features to go along with it. The picture and sound quality is great. You can even watch it in DTS if you have the right system for it. The special features included are deleted scenes, commentary from the director, a making-of special and more. A pretty nice package, if you ask me.

    “The Emperor’s Club” is a wonderful experience that should be enjoyed by all. If you have not seen this yet, do yourself a favor; pick this up the next time you’re at a video store. Already becoming a favorite of mine in so little time, “The Emperor’s Club” is a unique and gripping film about what it takes to live an honorable life. Don’t miss out on this great experience.

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  5. 50 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Man’s True Worth, October 21, 2002
    By 
    Catherine M. Dorkin “willow100cm” (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) –
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    The Emperor’s Club is a movie of man’s dedication to oneself, to his family and honour of teacher and school. A distinguished, privated boys boarding school revels in discipline and making sure that young boys turn into great men. One of the teachers, Mr. Herdunt was able to mold his young breed by lecturing them on the Ancient Civilization from Caeser to Socratos…
    Revolving around this one teacher…and four students: the exchange student from India, the boy who is to live up to the expectations of his father (Martin), the good boy and lastly, the intolerant, underdisciplined boy. The latter boy, Belle, needs to be worked with and Herdunt is able to do that for him. Encouraging him and assuring him of his smartness he does work and does do well. Each year at this school, a competition is held to find out who can reign for the year as Mr. Julius Caeser. The competition is based on history of the ancient world. Like in a spelling bee, whomever is left over wins the crown of leaves and earns the title of Mr. Julius Caeser. Three of the four boys mentioned above are in the final competition.
    25 years after graduation, where Herdunt proclaims he failed Belle as a teacher, there is a reunion. And a rematch of the Julius Caeser competition, with the same three boys.
    I admit, this is not a movie I would have gone to if I had only seen a trailer. But, when you have a preview ticket, who would give it up? I assure you, you will not be disappointed. The commrodity of student/teacher and student/student is amazing. It makes you want to wish all schools were like this. A fabulous movie that will live your heart uplifted and a new, wonderful look toward teachers.

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