I really am glad I found this tea.

Know that an “entry level” sheng exists that I can point newbies towards without scaring them with either big price tags or overwhelming flavor profiles is comforting.

And let’s face it, you can’t drink “blow my mind” tea all day every day. If nothing else, the wallet won’t allow it.

So having a sheng you can consider a “daily drinker” is pretty excellent.

With modest leaf in a small gaiwan, this tea is mellow and almost sweet. It makes me wish I had a yixing for it. I have found the yixing I want to invest in, but this will take time. And money.

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Bonnie

I appreciate it when wise people like you who have experience with Pu-erh give advice on what is a good starter and what is a good daily Pu-erh. Thanks Jim!

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Bonnie

I appreciate it when wise people like you who have experience with Pu-erh give advice on what is a good starter and what is a good daily Pu-erh. Thanks Jim!

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