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Pu-erh Tea
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Boiling 2 min, 30 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Golden Moon sample No. 22 of 31. Fate determined Friday would be pu-erh day! The package says it contains aged Chinese tea from the last century. Which sounds really special and exotic until...” Read full tasting note
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    __Morgana__ 951 tasting notes
  • “Very dark amber in the cup. With most teas, the bottom of the cup can be seen - not with this, it is very nearly opaque. This tea tastes exactly as most people describe, strong and earthy. This is...” Read full tasting note
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    leafboxtea 17 tasting notes
  • “Having only put a small dent in my Golden Moon Tea sampler, I figured it was time to really get to work on here. I must confess, that though I will try anything and usually do not have any...” Read full tasting note
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    cinoi1551 243 tasting notes
  • “I like this tea. I am going to start with the... Cons: A bit watery and not as earthy and rich as I would like. Pros: Still has a great earthy flavor, a mellow sweetness, fabulous lingering...” Read full tasting note
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The most widely celebrated tea in Asia, this mysterious loose leaf tea is aged in secret caves for several years where it takes on a sweet, earthy aroma. Its health benefits to you are immeasurable.

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154 tasting notes

Brewed 2 min. 1Tsp raw sugar. Hot.
I don’t know if I like Pu-erhs or not.
This one has a very smooth and round flavor with none of the unpleasantness of “regular” black teas.
But the complexities that puerhs have are ‘strange’ tasting. I’ve heard them described as “earthy” but I don’t agree. In the way that a compost heap does not smell like plain soil; puerhs do not taste earthy.
Puerh is the genre of tea you really just have to try to see for your self because it has such a distinctive flavor.
But, this Pu-erh is excellent in its roundness.

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104 tasting notes

I must admit, this is the first mini-tuocha pu’er that I have purchased. As a result, it took me a while to steep this correctly. It is not a bad tea, in my opinion it is just not that bold. Sure it has that pu’er taste that I love but it is really a muted and weak taste. While my Mandala Noble Mark grabs you and says here I am, this one just says here I am, can you taste me?

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 0 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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328 tasting notes

My first pu-erh. Strange aroma—earthy but with something else I can’t quite identify. Full-bodied with a hint of sweetness. “Grainy” aftertaste, almost coffee-esque. Okay, but I’ll keep exploring.

Preparation
Boiling 2 min, 0 sec

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27 tasting notes

This was my second Pu-erh I’ve tried, so I am still new to drinking Pu-erh. My first infusion was steeped around 3 minutes and had a strong taste mostly of cigars and smokiness. I also got the taste of wood chips and dirt. Totally different kind of tea that I am used to but not turned off from trying more.

The second and third infusions I steeped for 5:00 minutes. Less smokiness and more mellow, which I enjoyed more. Interested in trying other pu-erh.

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec

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223 tasting notes

This is part of my explorations of Pu-erh teas and it is an interesting one. I do not know whether I like it or not, which is an improvement on many of the pu-erhs I’ve tried.

Second steeping adds a sweeter note.

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