Green Sencha Tuochas
So I was searching around for an entry level sheng tuochas to provide as swaps for people who haven’t had much experience with puerh when I came across this weird item: https://www.espemporium.com/p-420-green-mini-tuocha-china-green-pu-erh-tea-100-g.aspx
I decided to purchase it because I thought they labeled it wrong, but once it came in I realized after drinking it that it really is compressed sencha.
I bought two bags which leaves me with 150+ grams of this tea that I’d like to swap with.
I wonder if that would be a good one for me. How was it?
You seem to come up with some interesting and different teas. I suppose you can compress any tea. In my recent order to Yunnan Sourcing for the black tea sale I bought a compressed black tea cake, why not sencha?
My rent to live online is a fraction of a physical location so I decided to just live there for the time being :p
So far I have had some Dian Hong, Silver Needle, TieGuanYin (roasted and unroasted ed), Wuyi, DPH, puerh buds, ripe puerh, raw puerh, and now sencha…
I am on the hunt for compressed Japanese tea, compressed lapsang, and other random compressed teas. They are fun :)
Why Allan why…
Guess I’ll be picking up these soon:
Someone want to split them :p
I have 50g of the 1988 tea, I could send you a sample. I haven’t actually tried it yet and have my doubts if it is really from 1988 but bought it anyway.
Okay okay… I tried :P
Anyways, when you get my package I would enjoy some of the mysterious 88’ loose :)
@ $2 an ounce for the Jin cake… I’ll pick it up next Thursday for sure and send some your way as a thank you for enabling a purchase I didn’t know I would make.
I think the sale will be over by then. I would love a sample when you get it. That is if I don’t break down and buy it myself. How bad can it be?
Let me know, if you’re willing I’ll pay $6 for about 80ish grams or I can send you an equivalent amount of compressed sencha!
Ever had compressed tea flowers? I have a cake of it and a cake of compressed purple bud yabao, two aliexpress finds that are just quirky yet tasty