Camel's Breath

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74 / 100

Calculated from 5 Ratings
Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
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Typical Preparation
Use 10 oz / 292 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Use 4 g of tea
Steep for 1 min, 45 sec
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“This tastes a lot better than it sounds, though I confess I have never gotten up close and personal with a camel. :) see previous notes for more info.” Read full tasting note
“An OK mini tuocha, it can be steeped multiple times and it doesn’t go bitter. You can get better puerh for just a bit more. Compared to the ‘Original’ Camel’s Breath form Phoenix Collection is...” Read full tasting note
“Brewed my last mini tuo of this grandpa style in a 16oz mug. I think I got 3 refills on top of the original pour. Good strength for 4.5g of shou. This reminded me a lot of a freebie no-name mini...” Read full tasting note
“Happy Chinese New Year all. :D Classic aromas, classic taste. Interesting name. I like it lol. It has a super dark liquor, thick and almost looks like black syrup. The taste though was surprisingly...” Read full tasting note


The earthiness of a traditional Pu-erh Tuo Cha is captured here. As its name aptly suggests, this dark or cooked Pu-erh has real strength and depth of character. Descriptors – rich, wet forest floor, hints of a barn yard – have been heard. In any event, it makes a very good cup of Pu-erh tea. Shaped into brown nuggets, each weighing approximately 5 grams, are individually wrapped in white paper. Our Tuo Cha is organic.Each nugget is a serving and will yield multiple infusions. Never gets bitter, only stronger. Produced in 2009.

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