“I tried “rinsing” the pu-erh twice with boiling water. Then steeping it for a short time and drinking it. Not exactly David’s way but something I picked up from a tea book. (Hey I am a pu-erh noob,...” Read full tasting note
“I should have read the other comments about steeping this tea because the recommended 3-4 min at boiling temp give this tea a nasty astringent taste. Maybe the fact it was likened to a green tea...” Read full tasting note
A taste of spring
This pressed pu’erh is only lightly oxidized, so you’ll be excused for thinking that it looks and tastes more like a pan-fired green tea. Plus it’s interwoven with fragrant chrysanthemum petals, so a floral sweetness dilutes its characteristic pu’erh earthiness. Just holding it will make you think of chirping birds, sunny days and budding flowers. Steep each nest up to 5 times. Low in caffeine.
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