Young Ripened Pu-Erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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This ripen Puerh Tea is from Yunnan provenience in China. Quality Yunnan tea leaves and buds are selected for post fermentation that allows the tea to fully ripen. The ripen tea are allowed to age for around 1 year. Doctors in Kunming reported that drinking this tea helps to lower cholesterol levels in the blood stream and helps digestion. The Puerh with dark and reddish black leaves makes a heavy thick tea with strong earthy aroma. It is very popular in the Cantonese Tea House and normally consume with Dim Sum. This tea is commonly mixed with chrysanthemum flower to create a Chinese Restaurant Tea.

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Sorry but this smells really gross…like dirty socks.
It’s very dark brown in color.
Thankfully it doesn’t taste like it smells!
It’s Bold but not bitter and it’s an even taste that starts and ends the same. It’s probably one of the better loose leave blends of pu-erh that I have tried so far…if you can get past the stench! I only infused for about 2 minutes as others I have tasted I don’t like oversteeped thus far. I am far from an expert on pu-erh but this one is ok in my book.

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Did you rinse it 1st?

TeaEqualsBliss

Not well…lol…

LENA

dirty sock tea is no bueno.

RubySlipperLady

I find it’s easier to ignore the stench of bad smelling tea if I use my travel mug. It doesn’t always help but it did yesterday with the cherry cola black tea.

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