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Scrooge's Blend

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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  • “I liked this tea enough to snag another tin. Drinking it again I can definitely pick out the Pu-Erh. I'm starting to pick up the flavors of the Ancient Tea Tree as well. I think my palate is...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Thank you *The DJBooth* for swapping this with me! When I first looked at the dry leaves, I couldn't tell what it was. Was it oolong? black? pu-erh? The leaves were wavy and dark brown/black. ...” Read full tasting note
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The rich taste of Ancient Pu Erh delicately blended w/ Black Tea Tree.

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I liked this tea enough to snag another tin. Drinking it again I can definitely pick out the Pu-Erh. I’m starting to pick up the flavors of the Ancient Tea Tree as well. I think my palate is getting to the point where I can pick out the different regions much like some coffee drinkers, and wine drinkers do to my understanding….nerdy excitement there. I can taste the Yunnan black notes from the tea tree. Mixed with the Pu-Erh this is quite a good tea. It has the strength of a black tea but it’s not too bitter. Upping this one a bit.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-9T9tR0Rzg One of my favorite Scrooge clips :)

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Big Scrooge fan here too…any version or adaptation!

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Thank you The DJBooth for swapping this with me!

When I first looked at the dry leaves, I couldn’t tell what it was. Was it oolong? black? pu-erh? The leaves were wavy and dark brown/black. I couldn’t smell anything… perhaps my nose wasn’t working this morning ?? Anyhow, I wasn’t sure how to brew it up either, so I steeped it for 2 minutes Western style.

Upon sniffing the murky dark brown/black liquor, I knew there was Pu Erh in there! It was earthy, sweet, malty, and roasty. It was a dark tea! Delicious! I took a sip, and there was no bitterness! I was happy. This is a good tea. I read the description after and saw that it is a blended tea. I don’t know which Black Tea this is mixed with, but it is good. There was a tiny hint of smokiness. I added some sugar and milk just to try it out that way, and it was delicious! Lovely tea.

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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec
The DJBooth

Glad you like it. The other black is ancient tea tree.

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