Our best seller powder tea, full alkaloids, great energy supplement 8 oz
Posted by Justin on 19th Jan 2017
A great alternative to coffee. Tastes sweet and promotes good digestion while providing a clear, focused energy. I recommend using this with a fine tea-strainer that has micro-perforations, as ingesting the insoluble fiber may cause an upset stomach.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Jun 2016
This tea tastes and smells just like pot. It is a very strong odor and taste. It doesn't seem to be quite as strong as other powdered teas. It's not unpleasant, just very different.
Posted by myron martin on 12th Dec 2014
this is my favorite NovoAndina product.....energy without the jitters,though it would be nice if it were a little stronger
Posted by myron martin on 2nd Dec 2014
I get good energy without getting "wired up" like caffeine
Posted by Mike on 25th Jun 2014
I was a little skeptical about trying the Oruro. But, much to my amazement, this has been the strongest and best tasting I've tried thus far. I highly recommend this and will definitely order it again.
Delisse, Yungas, or Caranavi, while all great teas, do not compare. I don't know if every batch is the same, but am looking forward to finding out.
Posted by Charlie Saini on 18th Jun 2014
I hadn't tried the Oruro in a while.. It is better than ever. I highly recommend it. Very high in everything that makes these teas great.
Posted by Unknown on 13th May 2014
typically this product has been very good (Oruro). This last order had eucalyptus or SOMETHING? and smelled and tasted really weird, almost minty. It seemed safe as I didn't appear to have any ill effects though it did worry me a bit. However, it did deliver and so I am giving it an average.
Posted by Dearing Fauntleroy on 28th Apr 2014
a little too sweet for me - I like a little bitter punch. Since I've got it now, I mix half and half with the Caravini concentrate powder.
Posted by Paul Kisling on 26th Mar 2014
This product may be the most popular but in my opinion it does not taste quite as good as Caravani concentrated powder. The Caravani is much smoother. There is also a difference not in potency but in action. I feel a bit more jittery with Oruro though not in a bad way. Also the action is sudden like a light switch coming on instead of a smoother buildup. Oruro has a sharper flavor too. Not bad but just a bit unexpected.
Personally I think I got spoiled ordering the Caravani first.