This is my first Pu-Erh, but I think it is a good start to the journey. I really enjoy the second steep of this one—there is a golden, grassy note that doesn’t come out with the first brew. There’s almost a “thick” nature to this tea…I’d say it tastes almost broth-like, but maybe it’s the earthy, loamy nature that I’m really detecting. I like to drink this one if I’m not feeling the best. Maybe it’s the power of suggestion that I’m getting from the packaging, but it really does seem to help my stomach if it’s off.

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I love tea because it’s more than just a beverage. There’s an ancient history and story to it. It brings people together, and they leave that steam-dancing circle with better understandings of themselves and each other.

There’s a verse in Revelation 22 that says that “the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.” I’m wondering if tea is a part of that, somehow.

I am an environmental educator, and an art teacher, so my crazy, barefoot, big-haired and happy license is current!

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