New Compressed Lightload Tea Now Available in the USA
Fermented Brick Tea Introduced to Gourmet Tea Connoisseurs
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla.—December 10, 2020 — Today, Dyna-e is launching its new tea product, Lightload Tea, in the United States. The product is a fermented style of tea called “pu-erh” or Puer that is compressed for easy travel and storage. The tea’s varietal name is “Camellia Sinesis.” It is sold in a box with five “bricks” weighing five grams each. The tea’s benefits are known to be lower cholesterol, weight loss, lower blood sugar, better digestion, fat loss, less insomnia and better dental health.
“Dyna-e is an innovative company, originally producing the only beach towel that fits in your pocket, and now we offer a tea that easily fits in your wallet,” said a spokesperson for Dyna-e. “Lightload is a real leaf natural tea without the low quality dust, fanning’s and powders most usually found in average tea bags. For thousands of years, tea drinkers have realized its proven health effects. Drinking pu-erh tea has been documented in historic Chinese texts. If you need an energy boost, steep the tea a bit longer as the tea contains a good amount of natural caffeine to keep you energized and help concentration over many hours.”
The method of producing and storing the tea is to first pack fermented tea in molds which are pressed into block form. In ancient China, prior to the Ming Dynasty, this method was the most common way to preserve and use tea. When looking at a brick of pu-erh tea, individual leaves are clearly seen.
Lightload Tea has no added ingredients, sugars, flowers, or herbs—only tasty Camellia Sinensis from the high mountains of Yunnan, China.
Lightload aged pu-erh leaves have a premium taste without sugar yet are refreshingly sweet and offer what many explain as an earthy, woodsy, or smoky sort of aroma. Lightload tea becomes better with age. The teas can be savored iced tea or as a hot beverage.
Lightload Tea is offering an automatic 10% off when customers buy two or more items from the website.
Samples are available to editors that want to cover this story.
For more information go to http://lightloadtea.com