Spoiled to call this my staple, wish I had got a tong when I had the chance. I wont repeat all the reasons I enjoy this but to reinforced this isnt the most complex or gushu material it is just good honest bulang. I love this stuff and I am not sure if not taste buds have become accustom to this tea or what but it just tastes nice and sweet I could hardly make it bitter. I especially enjoy the way the tea coats the tongue and roof of the mouth and slowly drys. I could feel it slide down the sides of my tongue and slightly dry out the roof of my mouth.

Side note I had some cold brewed bai hao yin zhen prior and the whole day I felt incredibly tea drunk so I think I isolated this whole dopey numb feeling with puer and bai cha maybe theanine over dose? Not literally over dose but there were times when I was literally hearing and seeing everything distorted for a good hour or so. My pupils were so constricted I could have passed for a doper. Another note to self don’t combine white tea and puer unless you don’t mind being in a dopey, extremely mild hallucinogenic state for 70% of the day lol. I love when people ask whats the matter and I almost say “too much tea” but to the uninitiated that sounds unfathomable so I usually lie and insert something more relatable.

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Reputable Companies I have narrowed down to over the years and my personal purchase preferences from each

Origin tea (Gao Shan Oolong)
-Eco Cha (Taiwanese Teas)
-Rishi (Great starter for Taste Profile Footing and high quality teaware)
-Yunnan Sourcing (Teaware, Black, Pu er)
-White2Tea (Curated Pu er)
-Essence of tea (Curated Pu er)
-Yuuki-Cha (Japanese Teas/Teaware)
-Teavivre (Chinese Teas)
-Jing Tea (High quality Chinese)

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