North Shore Pu'er

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Pu-erh Tea
Carob, Cinnamon, Coriander, Dandelion Root, Elderberry, Ginger, Minnesota Wild Rice, Orange Peel, Pu Erh Tea, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Extract
Cinnamon, Vanilla
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788 tasting notes

This was a very yummy blend. I’m sad that I finished my sample.

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Thanks so much Dinosara! The dry blend smells like a coffee cake —or some sort of spicy cake. The flavor is the same! This one is so good. I love the ripened pu-erh in this blend. Plenty of orange peels, but somehow the orange flavor isn’t there as much you’d think. This is almost like a chai with a pu-erh base but somehow the flavor is much sweeter. Maybe because pu-erh has less of a bite than black tea. I used two teaspoons with increasing temps on each steep. Even by the third cup the pu-erh in the basket barely looks unraveled so I went with a fourth… a hint of a bit less flavor but still tasty. This is your spicy cake pu-erh and it is glorious. If anyone doesn’t like theirs, I’d buy it.
Steep times: 2-3 min, 4 min, 8 min, 10 min

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The cinnamon has a brighter taste…at least on the first steep.
But this tea is truly lovely.
Each of the essences are combined in such a harmonious way…
You definitely get the Pu -er taste, but in laid back, more refined way…
This has me singing “it’s easy like Sunday mornin”
This quality pu~er blend has a lot more to give…
perhaps some of those other ingredients will shine in successive steeping
I am going to be drinking a lot of this…

0 min, 45 sec 2 tsp 14 OZ / 400 ML

I can’t wait to try my bag of this tomorrow!!


2nd steep 30 seconds…
predominately still tasting cinnamon , but this still has a lot in it


Third steep~well, lol, forgot it cooking.
Unsure how long I steeped it, but it was NOT astringent or bitter.
Rather, it revealed more complexities and now the cinnamon is a bit
more subdued and the ingredients taste more balanced, yet bold and righ.
This is a really nice pu-er blend.


Rich NOT righ….lol…
I have more typos than anyone I know ;-p


4th steep(30sec)~ this is tasting an awful lot like
French Toast with cinnamon on top ♡

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117 tasting notes

Second time drinking this one. The tea itself tastes pretty good, all the flavors are things I like and they harmonize nicely… but it smells like unbaked bread dough to me, which is majorly throwing me off. Especially because I keep forgetting about it. >.< I guess we’ll see if it’s something I can get used to…

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557 tasting notes

Well Done Verdant :)
When I was reading the description and I saw all the ingredients that were in this tea tea I thought “meh too much stuff in there” and didn’t expect much from it.
When I tasted it realized i was wrong in thinking it had too much going on because the taste of all those things actually go really well together.
It is almost like a type of tea for wintertime but not quite bold enough for cold weather days, It is very subtle and sweet and actually pretty dern good for Springtime.
I can taste most of the things in this one, the cinnamon and the dandelion root, ginger, vanilla and even the Tea itself But it is difficult to tell single most of those flavor notes out because they are so very well balanced and really play together as one.
I figured it may be too complex to be enjoyed with all those ingredients But the flavors of this tea are only slightly complex with an overall unique taste.
Very Well Done.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Vanilla

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This is a very nice puerh :-)

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