Lao Cang Sticky Rice Flavour Puer Mini Ripe

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  • “Thank you DigniTea for a sample of this! Sticky rice pu-erh is one of my favorite types of pu-erhs! I was able to try a similar pu-erh once before and I’ve been wishing I have it in stock. Now...” Read full tasting note
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From Royal Tea Bay Co. Ltd.

Laocang Pure Mini Sticky Rice Aroma Shu Puer Tea Cake
These mini tuo cha are made from Simao fermented raw pu-erh mixed with the sticky rice aroma herb. No man-made flavour, total natural and healthy. About 5 grams each. The liquor is a deep brown color. A good choice for the beginner of puer. These small puerh tea cakes are compressed into small cakes. You can easily drop into a cup for a quick and easy brewing of your Pu-erh tea. Each tea cake is individually wrapped for convenient storage that will make the Pu-erh tea last much longer and easy to carry. Laocang Tea factory is the only factory in Yunan who focus on the Mini tuocha.
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Thank you DigniTea for a sample of this! Sticky rice pu-erh is one of my favorite types of pu-erhs! I was able to try a similar pu-erh once before and I’ve been wishing I have it in stock. Now that I think of it, which flavors wouldn’t go well with pu-erh?

Steep #1 // 3 min after boiling // 2 min
A deep dark cup, of course, it’s a ripened pu-erh. This really seems like a pu-erh for those new to pu-erh or think they really don’t like them. The flavor isn’t distinctively pu-erh – it’s deep like a cup of coffee but it doesn’t have those pu-erh flavors that seem to scare people away. I love the sticky rice flavor, but it seemed this flavor was much stronger in the other pu-erh I tried. It’s a lovely flavor though – sweet, roasty rice. It must be the flavor I was craving today since I also made a microwave rice krispie treat with a marshmallow and rice krispies in a bowl. Hey, it ain’t gourmet but good enough!

Steep #2 // just boiled // 2 min
The rice fragrance is just floating through the room! So good! This cup is deeper as the leaves unravel. I really love this tea.

Steep #3 // just boiled // 2 min
These cups could keep going with the same flavor quality. Delicious. Exactly the same as the last cup. The rating would be higher if the rice flavor were higher, but it does stay consistent through all steeps. If I had a list of only 20 teas to fill my cupboard one day (currently it’s a mess of samples), I think a sticky rice pu-erh would be a necessity.

MissB

Wow. Sticky rice pu-erh… the idea is melting my mind. Now I must try some. :)

Sami Kelsh

Agreed with MissB. What an incredible flavour combo!

DigniTea

Glad you enjoyed this one. Hope you feel daring one day and also try the raw sticky rice.

tea-sipper

DigniTea – Of course I will try it! Eventually… :D

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