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Pu-Er Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by M. Yura
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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “Found this shou puerh at such a bargain! It was >$7 for 150grams. With that being said, I prefer it well above any of the other puerhs I have found in this pricing structure. It infuses very...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I bought this at the Southeast Market about a year ago. I bought it when I was first getting into pu-erh and to be honest... this tea kind of scared me away from pu-erhs because of the fishy smell...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Light and earthy. It's not overpowering or too weak. It's light and earthy. It has a bit of a "fishy" note but only in scent, not taste. VERY clean and smooth. Velvety almost. The taste of...” Read full tasting note
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Pu-Er Tea is one kind of ancient tea. It is also extremely beneficial to human health, which has been proved by modern science and practice. Pu’Er Tea is produced in Yunnan alongside the Lancang River at the sea level of 1800 meters. Those tea trees have fully absorbed the natural essence of the snow water in the green mountain. the tea is carefully prepared by special traditional tea production technology, in efforts of retaining its premium quality. The sweet, satisfying taste has a remarkable lingering effect.

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130 tasting notes

Found this shou puerh at such a bargain! It was >$7 for 150grams. With that being said, I prefer it well above any of the other puerhs I have found in this pricing structure.

It infuses very fast and is a nice clean tea to the palate, even on the first steeping (after, of course the leaves being washed). The fragrance of the leaves resembles a green oolong, yet when steeped it looses most of that fragrance. Honestly, it smells like gold fish food; no joke! That is the only thing fishy here though, because the taste is excellent. It sips very smoothly and lingers this smoothness well after you are done drinking (for the moment:) It certainly has you coming back for more!

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195 °F / 90 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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745 tasting notes

I bought this at the Southeast Market about a year ago. I bought it when I was first getting into pu-erh and to be honest… this tea kind of scared me away from pu-erhs because of the fishy smell it has. I’ve only had it one other time but I thought I’d give it another shot since I found that pu-erh is actually pretty tasty :]
It’s very mellow. It’s earthy and sweet. It has a bit of a floral-ish note. It is actually pretty satisfying for super cheap pu-erh.

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Light and earthy.

It’s not overpowering or too weak. It’s light and earthy. It has a bit of a “fishy” note but only in scent, not taste. VERY clean and smooth. Velvety almost. The taste of the whole process is apparent but the taste of the tea itself comes through as well. Just a great tea. Probably a good introduction into pu-erh.

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Boiling 0 min, 45 sec

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