PU-ER CHA

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Black Pu-erh Blend
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  • “Lovely. First time I've had Pu-Er so I'm not sure how it compares. Had it as a sample at their store, so I have no idea about brewing. Slight tannin taste, mother hated it, rather strong tea. Very...” Read full tasting note
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The loose-leaf variety from the South China province of Yunnan. A long rolled dark brown leaf with a gray luster on the
surface. This tea is distinguished by its specific, earthy odor reminiscent of old Buddhist monasteries. It requires a longer than average time for steeping and then produces an
infusion almost as dark as coffee. After the initial surprise, it tastes captivating. An unusual treat for gourmets.

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Lovely. First time I’ve had Pu-Er so I’m not sure how it compares. Had it as a sample at their store, so I have no idea about brewing. Slight tannin taste, mother hated it, rather strong tea. Very earthy, very lovely. Didn’t buy since I wanted to buy other teas, but it’s very nice. Would recommend!

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