Wild Purple Arbor Pu-erh (Raw/Sheng, 2012)

Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
Ingredients
Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Fruity, Raisins, Fishy, Mushrooms, Musty
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
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From M&K's Tea Company

An incredibly fantastic raw pu-erh made from wild arbor tea tree leaves that have a dark purple color, this Wild Purple Arbor Pu-erh was picked in 2012 before the traditional Chinese Qingming Festival, usually April 5th). Pickers in Pu-erh (a city in Yunnan, for which Pu-erh tea is named after!) meticulously select young, tender tea leaves for production, and in conjunction with nearly 3 years of aging, allows for the creation of a complex taste and aroma.

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YASSSSSS. I freaking loved this tea. It was my first pu-erh, and I was super hesitant. But, I’m so glad I went for the sample. I got lots of raisiny/fruity notes. It was awesome for a few steeps. I can’t wait for M&K to come back from their winter break so that I can purchase more.

Flavors: Fruity, Raisins

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It tastes and smells like crab, and very musty. Pu-Erh is again one of those more particular teas, and I would maybe recommend this to a Pu-Erh lover, but be warned, it’s very overwhelming. I enjoyed it, but I would not drink it again.

Flavors: Fishy, Mushrooms, Musty

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