Drinking my last square of this one :( It’s a sweet tasting puerh that’s perfect after a big lunch.
This is a pure ancient tea (Or called old tea) trees of Yunnan Pu’er ripe tuo tea.We have previously presented to many customers free tea samples. They feel that taste great.We storage them 2000 yeas, kept in Kunming, Yunnan,So we called this After being stored a long time,tea had experienced slowly fermention.The longer the time is,the mellower the fragrance is.The soup is dark red and clear,and smells wonderful,smooth,good aftertaste,no odor.
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I’M GOING TO SEE RADIOHEAD LIVE IN JUNE, WOO!!! Anyways, this is another sample provided generously by Tommy the Toad. This one really caught my attention. The tiny square wrapped in gold foil reminded me of a piece of candy, and I will admit that that probably subconsciously caused me to want to try it so much. Well, it was great. This one is more mellow and black-tea like than the Twin Elephant pu-erh I had before it. It’s still got that distinct earthy and musty taste, but it is very mellow and is more in the background. The tea is very smooth and definitely had a sweetness to it that I wasn’t expecting. I LOVE this. Thanks, Tommy.
2nd steeping: I broke the brick apart this time and it produced a much stronger brew but was still delicious, this time there are HUGE notes of chocolate. Rating is going up a notch…