Happy Camper

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From Aera Tea

Happy Camper is a blend of black and shu “ripe” pu’er from a biodynamic garden in Yunnan, China. The garden contains over 150 different plant species that naturally fertilize the garden, providing a balanced ecosystem for the tea and surrounding wildlife. The black tea is robust, smooth, and malty, while the pu’er brings a smoky and earthy depth that is present in the finish.

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Ah, campsite. This embodies the earthiness of a pu er leaf while still holding to the slightly brisk features of a black leaf. IT is reminiscent of mahogany and damp wood. Rinsed once and then steeped with 140 F water. The wet leaf smell like wet twigs. Which I enjoy.

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From the Samurai TTB
I had low expectations from this black/shu blend, and I was pleasantly surprised. The dry leaf didn’t have much of an aroma, and the brewing instructions were 2 tsp for 8 oz for 4 minutes which brewed up nice and strong.
The first steep is chocolatey, dark, and a bit earthy. I like it, and it would be a good candidate to share with coffee drinkers who want to try a bit of tea. It’s very smooth, with a bit of dark chocolate caramel aftertaste lingering. This is not a bland or bitter cup of tea, and I might want to experiment with leaf and steep time, but overall I’m enjoying this cup the second steep is a bit lighter and less complex, but still chocolatey and slightly caramel.
Thanks for adding to the box!

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1522 tasting notes

I drank this a few days ago, and can’t remember much about it, other than I felt pretty neutral about it.

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