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Winter Pu-erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by Alannah
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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Cures what ails ya! This amazing blend of pu-erh and spices does exactly what the company says it will. The dark spicy flavors hearken back to a primal cup that needs no explanation. The tea is...” Read full tasting note
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    zephyrism 13 tasting notes
  • “My sister gave me the rest of her bag of this blend, and I didn't know what to expect, having never had pu-erh. I followed the recommendations on the bag to brew only 2-3 minutes, and it turned...” Read full tasting note
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    alannahrose 433 tasting notes

From Remedy Teas

A spiced pu-erh blend that is superbly designed to warm and invigorate the senses. Soothing, spicy, dark and dank this blend of bold leaf pu-erh, ginger root, cinnamon chips and whole clove brew a hearty cup with a rich spiced pu-erh taste.

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Cures what ails ya! This amazing blend of pu-erh and spices does exactly what the company says it will. The dark spicy flavors hearken back to a primal cup that needs no explanation. The tea is well balanced, flavorful, and yet unassuming and comfortable. I liked this tea so well I asked for a second steep, which I rarely do at a tea shop. It may be my next bulk purchase. One cup of this tea and all the weight of life left and the creative juices began to flow. I stayed in the tea shop for almost an hour and a half writing in my journal. Good stuff.

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Cofftea

Remedy! Still haven’t made it there in my Seattle adventures yet. From my research, one of the few places you can get matcha in Seattle as well. I’m putting this on my “to try” list as well.

Christopher Weiss

Remedy is incredible. It’s modern style, which gets a lot of people down, but it grows on you. The teas are totally worth it though. They source, and blend their own teas. Obviously the traditional ones are finished when the arrive in Seattle. But their blends are incredible, and they do them all here in the city. Their menu is quite good as well. Even something so simple as toast and jam will really hit the spot.

Cofftea

Stop it Christopher- you’re making me miss Seattle even more than I already do… and my “reasons I miss Seattle” is long enough already. :)

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My sister gave me the rest of her bag of this blend, and I didn’t know what to expect, having never had pu-erh. I followed the recommendations on the bag to brew only 2-3 minutes, and it turned out very light. The spices are noticeable but not as strong as I’d like so next time I will definitely steep it longer. Overall, I like it quite a bit, but I’m still curious about what pu-erh actually tastes like since I don’t feel like I can tell here with the added spices.

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