Samovar Blood Orange Organic Pu-erh Tea

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Citrus, Orange, Orange Zest, Earth, Peat Moss
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Boiling 0 min, 15 sec 8 oz / 251 ml

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Blood orange rind blended with pile-fermented pu-erh yields notes of wet-redwood and stewed-citrus. Intricately pleasurable, this brew takes you far and wide: from the forests of Yunnan to the Tarocco orange grove range in Italy.

Tea Type: Pu-Erh
Caffeine Level: Medium-high
Processing Details: A blend of organic pu-erh tea from Yunnan, China, organic ginger, organic orange peel and natural essential oil of blood orange and grapefruit

Tasting and Aroma Specs: Dark, wet, redwood forest earth with a thick, stewed orange, citrus depth. Rich, smooth, and earthy.

Food Pairing: Chocolate dipped strawberries and Samovar’s Pot de Crème with Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookie

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I went to Samovar Tea Lounge at Yerba Buena Gardens today with Casey. It was really a great place, but I guess I will save my review of this venue for that other part of Steepster.

Casey ordered this tea. It was really nice. I think the redwood forest description was pretty accurate, but Casey said it was a stretch, and he grew up literally in a redwood forest. The earthy/mossy flavors blended nicely with the citrus blood orange, grapefruit, and ginger flavors. The only problem with this tea that was by the end of the pot, the citrus rinds had contributed an overwhelming amount of flavor. Overall, I was really impressed. I’m not usually that fond of the puerh and citrus combination.

Flavors: Earth, Orange Zest, Peat Moss


I love Samovar :)


The coconut rice pudding was awesome.

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This tea tastes thick to me, like it’s not flavored water anymore. If you look beyond that, it tastes pretty good. It tastes yellow, even though it’s not. It smells much more citrusy than it is. I did a series of very short steepings, probably thirty seconds or less.

Flavors: Citrus, Orange, Orange Zest

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