5 Years Aged Haiwan Loose Pu-erh Tea 2008

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  • “This is not really a winner in my opinion. I was suckered in by the cute packaging and thinking these loose leaf puerh packets would be good for travel. I have been done a few short steeps (of...” Read full tasting note
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From Dragon Tea House

High quality ripe loose tea produced in 2008. The leaves were harvested in 2003 and has been aged for 5 years. So actually, the tea has been aged for more than 8 years already. Highly recommended.

Each box includes 10 pouches.

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This is not really a winner in my opinion. I was suckered in by the cute packaging and thinking these loose leaf puerh packets would be good for travel. I have been done a few short steeps (of around 10 seconds) in my yixing teapot. I am finding the fermentation flavor to be too strong in this. Yes the dreaded fishy flavor that we all hate in puerh, it smells funky too. After the third steep I decided to water it down some and that made it sort of palatable but it also seems bitter to me. It’s sad but life is too short to be drinking yucky tea. I will contact Dragon Tea house to see about getting a refund.

ashmanra

I had some icky pu like that and set it out partially unwrapped for a couple of days, even though I read to only leave it a few hours. It helped! Might make it drinkable, or at least it might better prepare it for more aging if they won’t issue a refund.

TeaBrat

I might have to try that…

TeaBrat

update: they agreed to issue me a refund for this item

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