Ancient Golden Tuo Cha (Bird Nest)

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Pu-erh Tea
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  • “small tea story i ran really far on saturday and then went to lunch with my boyfriend and ate everything in sight. then he had to work for an hr so he dropped me off at the tea shop so i could...” Read full tasting note
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  • “So, I bought a couple ounces of this because I really liked the tuo cha I tried from Upton, and this didn't require shipping, etc. It's not bad, but the flavor is very mild compared to that one....” Read full tasting note
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From Carytown Teas

Ancient Golden Tuo Cha (Bird Nest), Organic Fair Trade Pu-erh Tea

Pu-erh leaves that are pressed into small bowls and then wrapped. One “nest” is perfect for two cups. It can be stored and will mature over long periods of time. Easy to brew, does not develop harshness or astringency if infused for hours. Brewed strongly.

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small tea story
i ran really far on saturday and then went to lunch with my boyfriend and ate everything in sight.
then he had to work for an hr so he dropped me off at the tea shop so i could get a cup! but when i got there they sadly told me they didn’t have any cups!
so then i went to panera to get a cup of tea there instead, but when i got there i was like ‘i don’t want this tea’ and i just asked for a cup and lid instead. the teenage panera-worker said i could just have a cup! hah i took it and ran.
i took the cup back to carytown teas and ordered this Pu-erh. they thought it was funny that i was determined enough to supply my own cup.

this pu-erh is not a super favorite. i kept the tea bag and had a second steep the next day. it’s true that pu-erh can be amazing. when it’s really good it will easily skyrocket to the top of my list! but when it’s mediocre it can tend towards bummer-city. this one is not memorable. and kinda lame.

JustJames

and yet the story is awesome…. so something grand came from it!

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So, I bought a couple ounces of this because I really liked the tuo cha I tried from Upton, and this didn’t require shipping, etc. It’s not bad, but the flavor is very mild compared to that one. I’ll drink through the rest of what I have, but I’ll be looking for another tuo cha (or just ordering some from Upton) in the future.

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