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"Dark River" Lin Cang Grade 3

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Pu-erh Tea
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170 °F / 76 °C

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  • “I did at least 5 to 7 steepings earlier today with this tea. I decided to finish it off by adding the leaves into my tea tumbler (t free) add a bit of hot water, waited a minute, then topped with...” Read full tasting note
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From Silk Road Teas

Tea from the Lin Cang area is known to offer a very pleasurable taste when the fermentation is handled well. This Grade 3, ripe, loose leaf Pu-erh was made at a small factory in Yuan Xian, county of Lin Cang. The leaf is a light-to-medium fermentation so there is room for this tea to change and develop. Taste is full, offering an earthy, peat-like aroma, with a thick and sweet aftertaste. Tea was produced and pressed in 2007.

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I did at least 5 to 7 steepings earlier today with this tea. I decided to finish it off by adding the leaves into my tea tumbler (t free) add a bit of hot water, waited a minute, then topped with ice.

Pretty good! I didn’t add any sugar and the pu’er is light and ends on a sweet note, perfect cold. Hopefully this unclogs up all the excess pizza I ate for lunch. Ugg.

Preparation
Iced

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