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An earthy, aged Chinese tea pressed into small individual pellets. Reputed to have digestive properties, it also helps to lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
This tea has an up-front jasmine-y fragrance and taste. Not like other pu-ehrs I’ve tried so not what I was hoping for.
You might want to try a shorter steep time. I’ve never had tou cha, but that’s the only way I can drink loose leaf shu. Hope that works!:)
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Solid pu’er tea with a flat and earthy taste. It tends to taste better served cold and long-steeped — not a bad tea to brew and then forget about for a few hours!