63

It’s OK. I might buy it again, I might not. Definitely not my favourite, but not the worst in the drawer, either.
I don’t know why (I’m not very well-versed in pu’erh teas), but this tea had a very distinct “old fish” smell. Doesn’t taste that way, but the smell is a bit off-putting.

There was a nice orange taste to it, but not nearly as tart as what a lot of others reviewers were saying. At least, not that I noticed. Nothing like KANPE, even though this also had a lot of hibiscus. It wasn’t the orange that I was expecting or that I was looking for; I’m still trying to find a caffeinated replacement for the “wild sweet orange” tea from Starbuck’s (or whatever it was called). I was hoping this would be it based on the smell, but not so.

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

People who liked this

Login or sign up to leave a comment.

Profile

Bio

I love tea. And I don’t mean like “I like to drink tea in the mornings”. I mean, I LOVE TEA. I also have an intense love for spreading the news that plants and fungi are the coolest groups of organisms on Earth. If you’d like to learn why I think so, you should visit my blog. I write about one cool plant or fungus every day.

Location

London, Ontario

Website

http://botanicalmusings.blogs...

Following These People