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I have taken (a while) to trying another cup of this tea. I do this at times to rid my mind of the experience; pleasant or not.

I continue to not like this tea and it is disappointing to me since I have liked pu-erh to date.
Then it occurred to me; this tea is not just of nacho flavors, but those liking Onion soup would enjoy this tea or any broth like soup with radish, onion and lots of leaks. The organic farming that was implemented to liven this pu-erh does afford it to be consume like that of broth or soups with lots of leaky vegetables or simply as Onion soup.

Unfortunately, I do not like Onion soup; I do like Corn Chowder and I only know of one or two places that makes exceptional chowders. It has been a while since having had some.

See what happens when tea is mixed with something other than leaves…one begins to discuss eating and cooking. At least for this review which could be aptly name the many uses of the Diyi cornfields Shu… Onion Soup or Corn Chowder; or just a cup of tea, kind of on the runny side.

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Charles Thomas Draper

It is not mixed with corn it is grown with corn. I am almost positive about this. Just like some teas are grown near certain fruit trees and they may acquire a slight flavor from the trees.

Spoonvonstup

Yup- ditto @ Charles. The description is clear that the tea leaves are grown near rows of corn, and that the corn is mulched to act as fertilizer. The tea is just tea leaves.

seule771

Sorry, I used wrong wording. It is just tea leaves acting or smelling/depicting corn scents/aroma. And when I said on the runny side; I should have said rumification.

I need to get employed real soon. I am losing it all sitting here playing at being tea expert which I am not.

I attended a jazz lecture and it was discussed aptly ‘improv’ and I felt them discussing of me. NO not jazz B. Enough and thank you for comments. I promise not to remember any of it.

Each time I access my zip drive it is beyond me…the enormity. Stay blessed everyone.

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Charles Thomas Draper

It is not mixed with corn it is grown with corn. I am almost positive about this. Just like some teas are grown near certain fruit trees and they may acquire a slight flavor from the trees.

Spoonvonstup

Yup- ditto @ Charles. The description is clear that the tea leaves are grown near rows of corn, and that the corn is mulched to act as fertilizer. The tea is just tea leaves.

seule771

Sorry, I used wrong wording. It is just tea leaves acting or smelling/depicting corn scents/aroma. And when I said on the runny side; I should have said rumification.

I need to get employed real soon. I am losing it all sitting here playing at being tea expert which I am not.

I attended a jazz lecture and it was discussed aptly ‘improv’ and I felt them discussing of me. NO not jazz B. Enough and thank you for comments. I promise not to remember any of it.

Each time I access my zip drive it is beyond me…the enormity. Stay blessed everyone.

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I enjoy a lovely cup of tea most days,and I like sharing my tea experiences with the world. I have been doing this for most of two years now.

I am at that thresh hold, unsure of how to proceed and why. My blog page is there for viewing and I am thankful for the experience as I have been allowed. Thank you everyone, sorry to have failed by not writing a tea book. I simply could not do it. I simply could not.
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