Jasmine Black Premium Mini Tuo Puer Ripe

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C

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  • “I've been due to have some pu'er for awhile now. I feel I need it - I'm going on a trip to Utah tomorrow to see some husband's relatives and hopefully go beat up the jiujitsu school there. Well,...” Read full tasting note
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About 5 grams each. Each piece makes 1-5 cups of tea. These little compressed cakes are an easy way to make Pu Erh. Pressed into little moulds and left to ripen for over a year, they have the typical Pu Erh flavour that has become so popular in recent years. Ideal for individual servings. These little cakes are easy to take along and make a nice gift for special occasions.

Brewing Guide: The best temperature to have your water is at 100°C or 212°F and this is simply letting the water reach its boiling point. Pour the water into a mug or cup containing one piece mini Pu-erh cakes and allow the mixture to steep for a short period, usually less than three minutes. The tea gives off a strong sweet aroma with a soft gentle aftertaste. The colour also gives one the right impression that the tea is ready for drinking. Like most pu-erh, one mini tuo cha can be steeped multiple times. (Dragon Tea House via Ebay)

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I’ve been due to have some pu’er for awhile now. I feel I need it – I’m going on a trip to Utah tomorrow to see some husband’s relatives and hopefully go beat up the jiujitsu school there. Well, try to lol!

Anyways, this toucha is not bad. It says 2007 on the label, and I find it not fishy at all. My first batch of steeps (after 2 rinses) were fairly light – bit of brisk earthy flavor with some floral that goes a little bitter and sweet at the end. The floral, hmmm.. tastes more like rose to me. After the 4th steeping, I’m getting the jasmine, though the tea is getting more and more bitter. This tuocha base is very black tea like. Later steepings, the bitterness goes up a bit and the floral takes over.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C

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