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drank Pu'erh Tuo-Cha by Teas Etc
314 tasting notes

Today, this tastes like very soft, slate-y peat moss. The “slate-y” aspect is pronounced. It’s very much how I imagine rain-soaked granite to taste like. There’s this stone-like, almost sandy (but not gritty), lichen and clover flavor.

Yes, this is very soft and slate-y. Not getting too much brine or earth, right now.

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more
gmathis

Well, there was “Stone Soup.” Why not granite tea?

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gmathis

Well, there was “Stone Soup.” Why not granite tea?

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