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Wild Forest Buds - Fresh Puerh

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From In Nature

Wild Fresh Buds – Puerh

Wild Fresh Buds – Puerh, hand picked in the high mountains of Yunnan.
This naturally grown tea is a delicacy which is produced and delivered by Mother Nature without any human interference. It is the purest form of tea one can drink. The sweet taste and aroma are a feast and its endless health properties makes it a very special treat for the body, mind and spirit.

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Revisiting this tea today. Here is my full-length review: http://sororiteasisters.com/2011/08/23/wild-fresh-buds-puerh-from-in-nature-teas/

A very lovely, fresh tasting pu-erh.

TeaBrat

Is this a Yabao? It looks a bit that way from the photo.

ashmanra

Splain!

LiberTEAS

I believe Yabao is what Verdant calls a tea that looks very much like this. Wild Fresh Buds is what In Nature calls it. Another tea that is similar in appearance is Wild Arbor Buds from Mandala Tea.

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Yup! Puerh Buds! In Nature keeps the surprises coming my way! :)

Smells like a gentle sweet celery once infused. It’s very light in color….almost clear.

The taste is very mild yet juicy-sweet and quenches my thirst! But will I stop drinking tea!? Heck no! LOL

This is a delight!

Cofftea

Is this sheng?

TeaEqualsBliss

I don’t know as much about Puerh as I should, I suppose. All I can see is buds! Like in the pic and I just pasted the info from their website for the description. I know it’s raw because it says it’s ‘untouched’ and with no human interference.

Cofftea

Ah ha. You answered my question:) Raw=sheng. Cooked=shu. I love sheng, but Yunnan sheng isn’t my favorite. What were your steeping parameters for this? You don’t list them and I want to try this at some point, but have no clue what to do w/ it lol.

Geoffrey Norman

Was this a “white bud” puer? The ones with the post-fermented white tea leaves?

TeaEqualsBliss

I went with about 3 minutes then decided to go for at least another minute because I wanted to see if I could get it stronger.

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