good value everyday drinking puerh… no it isn’t as complex as a cake from the 80s would be and it is a fraction of the price! very refreshing, with real energy and a gentle bite
This loose leaf puerh uses leaves from old growth trees picked in the 80’s.
The leaves are strong and healthy and the taste is smooth and clean. It has has some slight humid storage at some point, but the taste of this storage is not strong.
An everyday drinking puerh, without the complexity of bings of this era but with a smooth aged taste and nice qi for when you don’t want to break out the £300 cakes.
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