Superior Black Puerh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 1 min, 15 sec

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  • “Certainly a fine example of a cooked puerh, from my limited experience. Looks and smells a bit milder than Maiden's Ecstasy, but also a bit... sweeter? More floral? Sipping: either I got used to...” Read full tasting note
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Certainly a fine example of a cooked puerh, from my limited experience. Looks and smells a bit milder than Maiden’s Ecstasy, but also a bit… sweeter? More floral? Sipping: either I got used to the barnyard taste overnight, or this is a better puerh than I’ve had before. The latter seems more likely. It’s still there, but muted; more sweet hay than dirt. There’s a bit of spice, too. And some fruit, now. It still doesn’t have the kick of a black tea, but this is definitely growing on me.

I’m finding that the mood/energy effects of puerh are more like yerba mate than regular tea or coffee; smoother, and more drawn out.
Steep 2 at ~2 minutes is rather weak; need to up the steep time I guess
Steep 3, ~5 minutes, scent is getting weaker but color and flavor are still good. Starting to lose some of the nuances I got on the first steep though
Steep 4, m sure with a higher leaf/water ratio it would give more steeps.

Preparation
Boiling 1 min, 15 sec

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