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Recent Tasting Notes
1 tea bag used.
2 minutes and left the tea bag in.
Aroma: Dark chocolate, creamy, slightly earthy.
Taste: Creamy, earthy. There is sweetness on top of a woody base. The creaminess lingers. Mellow. Slight bitterness on the swallow.
At 99p for 25 teabags I rate this highly because it is a good introduction to cooked pu’erh for pennies. It also tastes really good, is refreshing and mellow.
I can see some similarities between this tea and the cooked pu’erh I got from White2Tea (2002 CNNP 7572). However, with the tea bags, they don’t re-steep particularly well.
Flavors: Chocolate, Creamy, Earth, Sweet