1 Tasting Note


I have never found anything quite like David’s Tea’s Golden Pu’erh. I’ve found close matches, ones from independent tea houses, chains, and even David’s Tea’s own replacement (Silken Pu’erh which, while great, just isn’t the same) across eastern Canada.
The earthy flavours would start in your nose and on your lips with a smoky mix mid-sip like a good Scotch, ending with a lingering sharpness that eases you awake, no jolt, no crash, a slow calming burn all the way to work.
And if you aren’t sold on that flowery BS I wrote above, it has high caffeine, can be re-steeped up to three times making it relatively cheap, and aids with digestion.
I really miss the stuff.

Flavors: Bitter, Campfire, Earth, Scotch, Smoke

205 °F / 96 °C 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 350 OZ / 10350 ML

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