“The liquor sure is dense and black, it looks like coffee. The smell and taste is very earthy. It is very mellow and soothing to sip. It leaves a very clean aftertaste. The directions said to steep...” Read full tasting note
“Okay, I tried pu-erh at the beginning of my tea drinking…but I didn’t know what to do with it so I just steeped it in boiling water for about 5 minutes. It was HORRIBLE! Then I learned more about...” Read full tasting note
“i actually brought a pu-erh cake and my small glass gung fu to work today. it won’t be the classiest steep of all time, but i realized i was never gonna drink my unflavored or traditional teas if i...” Read full tasting note
Small tuo chas (compressed cakes) of black pu-erh tea, with a weight of approximately 3 grams each – an ideal size for one or two cups.
The liquor is dense and black. Multiple infusions are often made from this tea.
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