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drank Tuo Cha Bonbons by DAVIDsTEA
1633 tasting notes

I’m hardly a pu-erh conoisseur but I only found this one to be rather mediocre. The flavour lacked much of the earthy flavour I’m used to associating with pu-erhs and what’s left was a tannic taste that reminded me a bit of leather. I’m also not sure where the description is getting ‘licorice’ from, I certainly couldn’t taste any!

Despite its faults, it does have good staying power, keeping its flavour well through three steepings.

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Boiling
Uniquity

I admire your tenacity in drinking something three times that you didn’t really like a whole lot! : )

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Uniquity

I admire your tenacity in drinking something three times that you didn’t really like a whole lot! : )

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