I like Pu-erh. I don’t like this tea…at all. One of the few teas I have just thrown away. The taste was overwhelmingly bitter and astringent. I’m not sure if there was an earthy undertone lurking as I could not get past the bitterness.
Pure handrolled and roasted “sheng” pu-erh from China. A luxurious tea harvested from ancient tea trees in the old growth forests of China. Tribes continue to harvest this tea from ancient trees as their ancestors did centuries ago. The leaves from tea trees planted over 1000 years ago for a brisk, energizing delicious cup with honey-like taste.
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