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  • “mmmm thanks dinosara! this is a nice puer. I'm enjoying the strength of it! there's no fishiness or even mushroomy taste. I've been drinking this in the afternoon while i work on things. tasty!” Read full tasting note
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    Silaena 4923 tasting notes
  • “Sipdown, 117. I received this tea as a free sample when I bought a bunch of Tieguanyin from a tea seller in Beijing. I love the Tieguanyin, but I've been putting off trying this, which is a puerh,...” Read full tasting note
    dinosara 1957 tasting notes
  • “This was my tea of choice at work today. I've decided that I have tons of pu'erh in my house and I'm not drinking it very often. Need to be taking some of it to work. Black is easier for me at...” Read full tasting note
    Dexter 729 tasting notes

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4923 tasting notes

mmmm thanks dinosara! this is a nice puer. I’m enjoying the strength of it! there’s no fishiness or even mushroomy taste. I’ve been drinking this in the afternoon while i work on things. tasty!

Dinosara

This was apa tea that I got a free sample of when I bought some Tieguanyin in China. I will have to try it eventually, haha!

Sil

it’s not too bad :) not sure if it’ll be up your alley but i enjoyed it heh

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1957 tasting notes

Sipdown, 117. I received this tea as a free sample when I bought a bunch of Tieguanyin from a tea seller in Beijing. I love the Tieguanyin, but I’ve been putting off trying this, which is a puerh, because, well, puerh. Not my favorite type of tea. I think this is officially the last puerh in my stash, and now it has been drunk!

What can I say. It’s a nice, smooth shu puerh. No fishiness, and really not even that “dirty.” It’s mostly wood and a tiny bit of hay. Seems like a good puerh, if you’re into that kind of thing. :D

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729 tasting notes

This was my tea of choice at work today. I’ve decided that I have tons of pu’erh in my house and I’m not drinking it very often. Need to be taking some of it to work. Black is easier for me at work – need to be really careful not to let pu’erh over steep. Anyway I took this sample that Sil so generously sent to me (and I think she got it from dinosara ? – another traveling tea?).
This is a decent shu pu’erh. It’s nice and smooth, rich with out being over powering. A little subterranean with out being too earth. I don’t think it has the complexities of some of my favorites, bit I quite liked it.
Thanks Sil for sending some of this my way.

Dinosara

I got this as a free sample when I bought some Tieguanyin in Beijing!

Dexter

Thank you for sharing. :)) Love when unusual teas get passed around as a few of us are lucky enough to try them. This was a nice little pu’erh – happy to have tried it.

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