Raw/Uncooked Pu-erh & Lotus Leaf

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  • “1st cup. Steep 1 minute. The smell of a mild breakfast tea. Fruity, like bubblegum or mangosteen/lychee. Hint of a nutty green or very mild iced tea from the American south. Flavor of fruit candy...” Read full tasting note
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1st cup. Steep 1 minute. The smell of a mild breakfast tea. Fruity, like bubblegum or mangosteen/lychee. Hint of a nutty green or very mild iced tea from the American south. Flavor of fruit candy and marshmallow linger on the back of the tongue.

2nd cup. Steep 8 mins. Sticky fruit flavor manages to hang on despite bitterness released by the tannins. I have heard that Pu-erh can be steeped for up to 10 mins but maybe this is only true for cooked or very aged tea. More of a generic cup when steeped this long.

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