I’m still new to preparing and brewing pu-erh, however this tea proved to be very nice right out of the gate. It is a loosely compressed “mini brick” with beautifully visible full leaves displaying abundant silver fuzz. Really nice even to look at. I used about 5g leaves in a 120ml pot in short gong fu bursts with boiling water. Resulting liquor is a pleasant orange hue that puts off only vaguely smokey whiffs amongst a slightly grassy and maybe even floral scent. The first few steepings have slightly heavy undertones and only a smidge of astringency, but the most wonderful lingering aftertaste – on the sides of the tongue a sweet fruitiness that melts into a mouthwatering craving for the next sip. I love that feeling. Going to continue brewing this one and see how it changes, but I wanted to post a note about what a nice tea it is – reasonably priced and sized for tasting, easy to break apart, and easy to brew. Definitely worth checking out!

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