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Pu-erh


 
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Processed from 1000-year old Yunnan Province’s tea trees in China. Believed to gather more minerals from the earth, and have excellent heath benefits. Deep woodsy flavor

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5 of 5 Wonderful Service..Great Tea! February 8, 2021
Reviewer: Janet Dailey Butler from New York, NY United States  
A dear friend gifted me tea from Tea & Trumpets and I've been hooked ever since. I fell in love with Pu-erh many years ago, and search out good quality as it can vary greatly from one shop to another. Their Pu-erh is wonderful, as well as the Matcha, and I have enjoyed all of the teas that I have purchased from Tea & Trumpets. I love supporting this small business and appreciate the great service they provide! Thank You!

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5 of 5 Excellent Puerh! May 21, 2020
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from sonoma, CA United States  
This is a wonderful puerh that we enjoy on a daily basis!

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4 of 5 Post-fermented for even more bite May 12, 2020
Reviewer: Carl Porter from Lakeport, CA United States  
Tea is dark black with tinges of red: great color! Pu-erh is also known as fermented tea, post-fermented tea, or dark tea. The first infusion tingles my mouth like alcohol: my wife disagrees. My wife likes the second and third infusions better: less strong. I like the tingle of the first infusion. I don't feel it is bitter. In Taiwan, pu-erh and chrysanthemum are brewed together for a better-tasting and fragrant tea served in dim sum restaurants. Just tried it here at home: nice combination! Since restaurant tea is complimentary, pu-erh prices can be low but are typically high. We just inspected the dry leaves: only found a few stems. Wikipedia says wet leaves falling apart means poor quality. This looks firm after several infusions. According to Wikipedia's judging quality for spent tea, "Whole leaves and leaf bud systems should be easily seen and picked out of the wet spent tea, with a limited amount of broken fragments." Not sure if those are whole leaves, but a great tea!

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5 of 5 Pu-erh April 8, 2020
Reviewer: Kelly from sonoma, CA United States  
I really enjoy this small leaf pu-erh’s earthy quality with fruit undertones. I appreciate the quick shipping! Thank you!

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