2 Tasting Notes
Today I jumped into the world of Pu’erh. And what a magnificent world it is. I was not expected the whoof of strong, earthy smells to come out of the bag when I unzipped it. It’s a great aroma, and I’m so glad it stuck around after the steeping. I only steeped it very shortly as I was scared to make it too strong. Even with about 10 seconds of steeping the tea turned out with a good, wooden taste that lasted throughout. It went down smoothly and was a pleasure to drink. For my second steeping I’ll be trying longer times to make the tea even stronger.
I went with a mission to try Roobios. Turns out, not my cup of tea (har har). I didn’t mind the smell so much, and hoped that it would taste better when boiled, but there’s just a really strong bad smell leftover before and after the brewing that stuck in my head throughout. I also found the taste to be too soft and more spicy than anything.