Guangnan Green Pu-erh

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Green Pu-erh Blend
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  • “I really like this tea, It's got a nice pu-erh flavor, but not as strong as the aged. I can usually get 4 steepings out of it, though I've found that extending the traditional steeping times by 20...” Read full tasting note
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Yunnan Chitsu Pingcha is produced from pu-erh tea, through a process of special fermentation, aging, steaming and compressing. It’s characterized by a bright red-yellow infusion, pure-high aroma and sweet mellow taste. It promotes digestion, is thirst-quenching, and is even used to cure hang-overs. Drinking daily may also aide in wight-loss.

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I really like this tea, It’s got a nice pu-erh flavor, but not as strong as the aged.
I can usually get 4 steepings out of it, though I’ve found that extending the traditional steeping times by 20 -30 sec makes a big difference. I also brew the first two cups at 185, and the second two at 195, it seems to help get a little more out of the later steeps, which unlike the longer aged pu-erh can get a little thin. I don’t notice any of the typical bitterness of the green pu-erh, and rather enjoy this one as it is.

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