drank Pu Erh Dante by Adagio Teas
10 tasting notes

You know, most people will say that pu erh is for the “seasoned” tea drinker. What do I say? I’m not so sure I agree; I am pretty n00b when it comes to tea and I still have a lot to learn, but I enjoy it. Perhaps most people can’t get past the fishy smell of the brew. But to me, it is very faint and unless you’re looking for it, you will hardly notice. The taste is very earthy, but not too overwhelming. I steeped it for only 4 minutes and will extend the steeping time the next time I cross paths with this tea in my cupboard.

Boiling 4 min, 15 sec

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I’m relatively new to the wide world of tea. I consider myself the ultimate Adagio Teas fanboy, or girl if you want to get technical. A few years ago, my mother introduced me to their selection to ween me off coffee. I’ve been hooked since. You couldn’t pay me to put down my cup of Irish Breakfast!


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