Haiwan ripe mini tuo

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling

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  • “These comments refer to the 2006 Haiwan Ripe Tuo: I enjoy tuo chas for the convenience factor and sometimes I use them to introduce someone to "real" pu'er (as opposed to the flavored loose pu'er...” Read full tasting note
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Haiwan tea factory has done it again! They have taken the old and tired mini tuo and re-invented it! Finally a premium option for the mini tuo! Last years fermented tea was used to produce these convenient 5 gram tuos. You won’t taste that fishy funky factory smell in these, they are smooth and rich all the way!

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These comments refer to the 2006 Haiwan Ripe Tuo:

I enjoy tuo chas for the convenience factor and sometimes I use them to introduce someone to “real” pu’er (as opposed to the flavored loose pu’er sold by many companies). They are a bit of a novelty and most people new to pu’er enjoy them. This particular Haiwan tuo is a very satisfying traditional style ripe Pu’er with a robust, soothing flavor – thick, earthy and nutty. While I definitely prefer breaking off a chunk of a high quality aged cake, all in all this is a smooth and powerful shu which is also quite delicate. It’s good enough that I’ll probably reorder and try to keep it on hand.

Preparation
Boiling

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