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  • “Even tho this is in loose leaf form and not a nest I gave it a little rinse. Dry this doesn’t have much smell…once the hot water touches it – this has a very strong fishy/earthy pu-erh smell with...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m currently sipping on this pu-erh. It has a very strong fishy scent that I don’t really care for. The rose is in there too, so it kind of smells like fish and roses which is kind of a weird...” Read full tasting note
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From Praise Tea Company

A rich blend of Yunnan Province pu-erh tea thats deep, dark and complexed. Its seduced by the infusion of rose petals. The rose petals adds a bit of depth to the tea that’s sure to become a staple in your tea ritual.

Origin: Yunnan Province

Ingredients: Pu-Erh, Rose Buds and Petals, Organic

Steeping Guidelines:
Water: 203° – 212°F | Use 1 Tsps per 6 ounce cup | Infusion Time: 5 minutes

Infusion tips:
Use COLD filtered or spring water, whenever possible
Don’t over boil water, Don’t over steep tea
Remove leaves after recommended time (adjust to taste)
*Vary time according to taste, & remember that steeping tea leaves beyond 3 minutes does not contribute to flavor, only bitterness.
If you want a stronger taste, use more tea leaves instead of steeping for a longer time

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Even tho this is in loose leaf form and not a nest I gave it a little rinse.

Dry this doesn’t have much smell…once the hot water touches it – this has a very strong fishy/earthy pu-erh smell with an almost equal rose aroma. I don’t really care for the smell to be honest. But I will try not to judge a tea by it’s nose…

After the rinse was complete it did take a lot of the rose aroma away with it. But the pu-erh smell was still very strong.

This has a very dark liquor.

The taste is better than I excepted. It’s a cross between a black Yunnan tea and a clichéd pu-erh, I suppose – there are rose notes within the sip, too. I will say this is bold and burly. The end of the sip is much more my style compared to the front.

This is alright tho! Better than I expected…glad I rinsed and went with a lower infusion time tho!

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I’m currently sipping on this pu-erh. It has a very strong fishy scent that I don’t really care for. The rose is in there too, so it kind of smells like fish and roses which is kind of a weird scent. I’m trying to not allow the aroma to prematurely affect my opinion of the tea.

I did a quick rinse and then 45 seconds for the first infusion.

This is alright. It definitely tastes better than it smells, because I’m not getting that fishy or brine-y taste that I expected since I experienced such a strong fishy scent. It has an earthy flavor, but, not fishy. It reminds me of the deep, earthy flavor of a mushroom.

The rose comes through nicely too … not a strong rose essence, but it compliments the deep earthy flavor of the pu-erh. Overall, an enjoyable pu-erh. I’m glad that I didn’t let the aroma stop me from tasting.

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