An interesting cup. There are some bright flavors in there under the earth and wood, but you have to search for them. It may be a bit bland but it’s not bad.
“An interesting cup. There are some bright flavors in there under the earth and wood, but you have to search for them. It may be a bit bland but it’s not bad.” Read full tasting note
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“This is my daily cuppa and for something as ‘bland’ as these they sure have many types under the same umbrella. I personally prefer the fuller body taste of these kinds of tea.” Read full tasting note
An authentic CNNP (China National Native Produce and Animal By-products Imp. And Exp. Corp.) product.
A well compressed raw puerh cake (beeng cha) made using tea harvested from big trees located in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan. It was well known for its wild and powerful character and flavor. This puerh is non-blended and is made exclusively of leaves picked in the area.
It tastes woody, little bitterness with a hint of honey sweet.
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