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Tea type
Black Oolong Pu-erh Blend
Ingredients
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Flavors
Earth, Mineral, Smoke
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Average preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “Lapsang, oolong, and pu-erh is not a combination I would have ever thought of! The dry sachet smells intensely of pine smoke in that lapsang way, with just a tiny bit of oolong roastiness in the...” Read full tasting note
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  • “It’s a cold rainy day and I’m working from home, so Book of Tea samples it is! Wow, I really like this. The combination of the smokiness of the lapsang and the earthiness of the puerh make it...” Read full tasting note
    78
  • “another one from VariatTEA! that i had last night. This is a smokey tea. What’s interesting though is the blending of oolong, puerh, black tea. It was a really interesting cup last night and...” Read full tasting note
    78
  • “Blind reaching for a teabag gets me this. When I opened the packet I smelt smoke but I thought it was just the vog since last night was super smoky too – I was not expecting this taste. I had to...” Read full tasting note

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#5114: Smokey Lapsang slouching is added to a mild blend of oolong tea and puer tea. Feel refreshed from within.

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Lapsang, oolong, and pu-erh is not a combination I would have ever thought of! The dry sachet smells intensely of pine smoke in that lapsang way, with just a tiny bit of oolong roastiness in the undertone. The smokiness persists after steeping, which produces a very dark brew. Initially this tasted like a typical lapsang with no additives, with very forward smoke notes and a slightly sweet aftertaste. After cooling a bit, an earthiness from the pu-erh comes out, and it becomes a “chewier” tea with substantial texture. The smokiness from the lapsang isn’t really mellowed out by the pu-erh backdrop and actually becomes harsher against it. I enjoy a good lapsang, and this concept is interesting, but it’s not the most harmonious presentation.

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It’s a cold rainy day and I’m working from home, so Book of Tea samples it is!

Wow, I really like this. The combination of the smokiness of the lapsang and the earthiness of the puerh make it almost savory? It has a very earthy-mineral aftertaste. I’m not sure how I feel about this; it’s not the best black tea I’ve ever had, but it’s such a good cold day tea and I’m not sure I’ve ever enjoyed something quite this earthy before—the closest thing I’ve had to this was Yerba Matte Late, and that kind of tasted like coffee and dirt. This is much better. Glad I tried it.

Flavors: Earth, Mineral, Smoke

Preparation
Boiling 3 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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another one from VariatTEA! that i had last night. This is a smokey tea. What’s interesting though is the blending of oolong, puerh, black tea. It was a really interesting cup last night and even the addition of a bit of maple on the back half of my cup, didn’t seem to phase the tea…it was like…yeah? maple? i can eat that and still be the same lol. Still a neat experience :) thanks VariaTEA!

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Blind reaching for a teabag gets me this. When I opened the packet I smelt smoke but I thought it was just the vog since last night was super smoky too – I was not expecting this taste. I had to look this one up in the booklet since it’s not in the database that I could find. It’s a cool tea, smoky but not too much and smooth. Not a horrible disappointment but I don’t like smokey teas so much so nope, not gonna get this.

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