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  • “This is the first pu-erh I've tried, and I'm honestly not sure whether I like it or not, but it is definitely one of the most unique-tasting teas I've ever encountered. It is remarkably sweet, but...” Read full tasting note
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This is the first pu-erh I’ve tried, and I’m honestly not sure whether I like it or not, but it is definitely one of the most unique-tasting teas I’ve ever encountered. It is remarkably sweet, but still manages to taste mostly nutty, almost bean-like.

I steeped it for three minutes in boiling water. Think I’m going to try a weaker infusion and see how that goes.

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