Pu-erh Mini Waffle Tea Brick (Raw/Sheng) 2013

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  • “Another OMGsrsly sample, wheeeeee! I wasn’t super huge on this one…it tasted kind of like a typical young sheng, but with the flavours on mute? If that makes any sense? Like, the most pronounced...” Read full tasting note
  • “omgsrsly sent this one my way. I’ve never tried anything from this company so it’s nice to branch out. i’m sort of with dex on this one. It seemed much to fussy. When i was able to get the right...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is confusing me. Steeps 1 and 2 were really nice but mild. A little sweet, a little earthy, not bitter, not grassy. Steeps 3 and 4 were astringent and bitter, didn’t really like it. ...” Read full tasting note

From Treasure Green Tea Co.

Pu-erh Mini Waffle Tea Brcik (Raw/Sheng) 2013
Raw/Sheng Pu-erh Mini waffle has a forward floral and complexity in layers of taste, sweetness follows sip after sip. Compressed mini waffle brick designed to break apart easily into brewing portions. Each mini waffle is 80 grams in weight.
Premium Pu-erh tea gives a great tea experience. Each tea brick is elegantly wrapped in natural xuan paper (calligraphy paper) blended with spring tea leaves.



Also available:

Pu-erh Mini Waffle Tea Brick (Cooked/Shou) 2010

Pu-erh CHA Extravagance Tea Gift Set- contains two of Treasure Green‘s Exclusive Pu-erh Tea Cakes, Cooked/Shou Pu-erh and Raw/Sheng Pu-erh

Product Code: PY222

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Another OMGsrsly sample, wheeeeee!

I wasn’t super huge on this one…it tasted kind of like a typical young sheng, but with the flavours on mute? If that makes any sense? Like, the most pronounced characteristic of this tea for me was its bitterness, which is kind of weird to say because it wasn’t actually overwhelmingly bitter, especially compared to other shengs. I just didn’t really find much of anything to balance that bitterness out or otherwise add interest…

This totally could have been user error on my part, but I’m happy with the shot I gave it (thank you again for the sample!) and this isn’t something I feel the need to buy or try again.

OMGsrsly

I, uhh, still haven’t tried this one. It’s a tea they had pressed for their shop. :)

shezza

Wasn’t my cup of tea, but the shape is a cute idea…I love waffles!!!

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10106 tasting notes

omgsrsly sent this one my way. I’ve never tried anything from this company so it’s nice to branch out. i’m sort of with dex on this one. It seemed much to fussy. When i was able to get the right balance of time and temp it was pleasant enough but then i’d have random steepings that just didn’t taste all that wonderful. even with essentially flash steepings. I’m ok with this though, because i know i have lots of other puerh that i adore :)

OMGsrsly

This is actually one they had pressed themselves, as well. I think. If I remember correctly.

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1040 tasting notes

This is confusing me. Steeps 1 and 2 were really nice but mild. A little sweet, a little earthy, not bitter, not grassy. Steeps 3 and 4 were astringent and bitter, didn’t really like it. Steeps5 and 6 were still a little bitter and quite grassy.
In my experience sheng usually starts out bitter and grassy and gets milder in later steeps. Maybe user error but I was trying hard to be conservative with steep times.
This isn’t the one to convert me over to sheng. Thanks for the sample OMGsrsly. :)

Indigobloom

I had this experience once. My friend who owns a tea shop said for raw puerh, to cut back on the steep times for the bitter steeps. Odd but it seemed to work for me!

boychik

I do practically flash steeps w/sheng. It usually starts to open up by 3-4 steeps. You shouldn’t increase the time. Try flash see how it goes

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