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Pu-erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by nathanisamazing
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  • “No matter how long or brief the brew is, Pu-erh lets off a pungent, earthy scent that could almost make you retch. Fortunately, it doesn't taste nearly as bad as it smells. This deep and heavy...” Read full tasting note
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    RubenClark 12 tasting notes
  • “i have had this tea for the first time and i have fallen in love with it but it is true its an acquired taste. Every time i order a new tea i give it to my dad to try and he has liked all my teas...” Read full tasting note
    beth_spicer 4 tasting notes

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Pu-erh teas are revered in China for their deep, earthy flavour and complex aroma. Our mature large-leafed variety brews an infusion with an almost coffee-like flavour. With longer brewing, a deep, red liquor transforms into a dark, thick and heavy one. A rich consistency with good body provides the base for a woody aroma and chocolaty overtones to shine through. A wise and mature tea with bold flavour and a taste well worth acquiring.

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No matter how long or brief the brew is, Pu-erh lets off a pungent, earthy scent that could almost make you retch. Fortunately, it doesn’t taste nearly as bad as it smells. This deep and heavy Chinese black will not, however, ever find itself amongst my favourite teas and, bottom shelf material, I shall indeed keep it on the bottom shelf where it will be out of sight.

I suppose it is an acquired taste, one that I have certainly not yet acquired, and the sad thing is, I don’t think I ever will. It’s really a tonic, a detox regime in and of itself, and we all know that medicine never tastes nice, even if you do take it with a spoon full of sugar… or six.

Violetjoy

I’m just wondering, did you rinse the leaves before brewing?

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i have had this tea for the first time and i have fallen in love with it but it is true its an acquired taste. Every time i order a new tea i give it to my dad to try and he has liked all my teas so far but he did not like this one , so i guess it depends what kind of tea’s your into

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Boiling 4 min, 0 sec

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