Tea type
Black Pu-erh Blend
Ingredients
Chinese Black Tea
Flavors
Cedar, Salty, Wood, Dark Wood, Mineral, Smooth, Earth, Spices, Sweet, Wet Wood
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Caffeine
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 5 g 6 oz / 187 ml

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  • “I got a nice cedar wood taste from this tea. When the tea was steeping, it seemed like there were lots of little pieces of tea, so my cup ended up with a lot of particles. Overall, it’s nice, but...” Read full tasting note
    67
  • “Thank you *Sophia * for this generous sample! This is the first Fu Tea experience I’ve had, and I must say this was truly unique. The leaves are a forest green and heavily compressed. Its almost...” Read full tasting note
    85
  • “This is my second time drinking this wonderful tea. The first time I made it the first steep was the best and I did not rinse the tea first. This time I tried giving them a quick rinse before...” Read full tasting note
    83

From Jing Wei Fu Tea Company

This is a Fu Brick black tea. Similar to Pu Erh in that it is fermented for a time. Typically Fu Brick ferments longer.

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4 Tasting Notes

67
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I got a nice cedar wood taste from this tea. When the tea was steeping, it seemed like there were lots of little pieces of tea, so my cup ended up with a lot of particles. Overall, it’s nice, but I’m not a huge fan of it.

Flavors: Cedar, Salty, Wood

Stephanie

Did you survive your matcha party? :)

kieblera5

I just drank the last one! falls over

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Thank you *Sophia * for this generous sample!

This is the first Fu Tea experience I’ve had, and I must say this was truly unique. The leaves are a forest green and heavily compressed. Its almost like an herbal pu-erh. This assortment of dull green leaves consists of some rather large twigs as well. Also, I did notice the vibrant miniscule golden “flowers” which I found simply amazing. I brewed these in my gaiwan under black tea parameters. I rinsed once to allow the tea to open up. This had a very earthy and humid odor. The taste was incredibly different. It started as a fermented wood flavor, but it finished almost salty and with minerals. I was able to get multiple steepings out of it. The salty flavor became more prominent as the session went on. Once I reached about four steepings the salt flavor was replaced with a dark sweet coffee flavor. This was very interesting! I would not be drinking this everyday, but I will be sharing it with my tea friends to bring something new to the table. Thank you again Sophia for allowing me to try this out!

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Flavors: Dark Wood, Mineral, Salty, Smooth

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 45 sec 5 g 3 OZ / 90 ML
Sophia Yang

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This is my second time drinking this wonderful tea. The first time I made it the first steep was the best and I did not rinse the tea first. This time I tried giving them a quick rinse before steeping. I’m not sure if that was the cause or if this bunch didn’t have as much golden flower fungus in it but it didn’t taste quite the same. The amazing flavors were still there but they seemed a lot less distinct and more muted. On my second steep of the same leaves I steeped it for longer and I did get a bit more spice type of a flavor but the sweetness was still missing a little bit. This time around I also detect a bit more wet wood type of a scent and flavor. All in all I still quite enjoyed this tea but it wasn’t quite as good as the first time around.

Flavors: Spices, Wet Wood

Preparation
5 min, 0 sec 2 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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