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From Peony Tea S.

Hanyu Pinyin: pu er
Production area: Xishuangbanna, Yunnan
Harvest time: 2009

Type:

‘Ripe pu-er’/ Shu pu (熟普)

Summary:

Long before the words ‘speculation’, ‘investment’ and ‘bubble’ ever appeared in the same breath as Pu-er, the Chinese- particularly those from Guangzhou and Hong Kong have been drinking it to aid digestion and ‘wash down’ meals. Commonly found in Dim Sum restaurants, Pu-er’s popularity emerged as it helped patrons recover faster from binging on those delectable but oily offerings.

Pu-er continues to be popular everywhere as it is a mellow and especially suited for older folks as it does not ‘excite’ the stomach as much.

Taste:

Smooth, woody and pleasant aftertaste

Liquor:

Dark maroon with shiny, lustrous surface

Personality:

Pleasant and affable, like the best friend of the girl you have a crush on, you find yourself opening up to her. Before you realize it, Pu-er moves from being an afterthought to an integral part of your life, such is her sublime charm.

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