2006 Jin Ya Black Puerh Xuan

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Another cooked puerh – they’re definitely starting to grow on me, but I still have trouble distinguishing one from another. I’m starting to taste more interesting things – spice, molasses, minerals? – but not enough that I’d pick a puerh over a good black or oolong for sheer drinking pleasure. For education, well, that’s another matter ;)

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Jim Marks

Properly brewed pu-erh should have completely unique notes to either oolong or black teas.

And yes, pu-erh are all going to taste more or less the same with the distinction of raw vs. cooked, since all true pu-erh comes from the same region and is made the same way. Going up or down in quality (not necessarily age) will impact flavor, but not much else. Once you’ve identified a pu-erh you like at a price point you like, there isn’t a whole lot of reason to look elsewhere.

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