2014 Yunnan Sourcing "Raw Pu-erh Tea Mini Tuo Cha" Ai Lao Mountain

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Calculated from 8 Ratings
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Pu-erh Tea
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Astringent, Bitter, Coffee, Straw, Sweet, warm grass, Wood, Floral, Smoke, Cherry Wood, Chocolate, Grain, Hay
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Use 4 oz / 116 ml of water
Set water temperature to 205 °F / 96 °C
Use 6 g of tea
Steep for 0 min, 15 sec
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“The compression is not too tight, one rinse is enough to open it up. After the rinse I can smell some composted grass, straw and old wooden cabinet. Because of the small leaf particle size, I...” Read full tasting note
“This is the first raw Pu Erh that I have tried. It reminds me a lot of green tea. The most pronounced flavor was a floral taste with a bit of astringency. I got a very mild smoky flavor in steeps 3...” Read full tasting note
“I decided on something good today, which was the 2014 Yunnan Sourcing Ai Lao Mountain which comes in convenient mini tuo format. Very much a gushu tea with not that much sweetness in it. Darker...” Read full tasting note
“Boychik sent me two of these a couple of years ago, and since I’m working my way into year 3 of my Sipdown Extravaganza, it’s about time I start drinking things like this. Plus I’ve had a headache...” Read full tasting note


Entirely first flush of Spring 2014 Ai Lao Mountain Raw Pu-erh tea pressed into this premium tippy mini tuo. Each little mini tuo is roughly 5 grams and comes individually wrapped for your convenience. A perfect choice when you want a portable easy solution for making tea on the go. Also makes a great gift for friends to entice them into the world of Pu-erh.

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