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Pu-erh is renowned for its medicinal qualities. Unlike other teas, Pu-erh's quality and taste improves with age. It's taste is often described as earthy but some very well aged Pu-erh produce cups of incredibly smooth and wonderfully complex beverage.
 
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    200g Chun Jian Zang
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    200g Chun Jian Zang
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      200g Chun Jian Zang
     
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    I was pleasantly surprised by this compact little brick. The taste is very sweet for a pu-erh; I cannot really compare it to any other pu-erh that I have tried. One can steep a small amount of leaf for a very short period and end up with grand results. I havenīt yet used it to make Tibetan yak-butter tea -- in fact, it tastes so good plain that I might never get around to it! If Tibetans do really drink forty cups of tea daily, I would be content knowing it was Chun Jian Zhang.

    James (3/3/2011)
     
    Iīm looking forward to aging this one for awhile. If its flavor is anything like its aroma, it should be worth it. Additionally, it comes in a beautiful little red silk bag that isnīt mentioned in the description, making it very appropriate for a gift.

    James (12/14/2010)
     
    I really liked this tea. The first sip seems a little bitter, but since there is a little sweet taste and delicate aroma of meadow honey. This aroma and taste are present 3 more tea brewings, gradually weakened. Gentle bitterness and earthy taste begin to appear again when you make tea for the third time and more. In general, this tea is very unobtrusive, soft, easy, I would say "feminine". It does not feel the peculiar Puer "earthy" flavor (which I like actually), in the fragrance there is notes of the earth, they are barely noticeable. I recommend this tea for intimate conversation :)

    marina (2/1/2010)
     
    I was curious about this tea. Not disappointed but not amazed neither. The earthly taste is less pronounced then other cooked pu-erh I tried. Good drinkable tea, but not one of my favorites. The carrying bag is awesome.

    Milan (11/5/2008)
     
    This is the first tea i buy on this shop and the only thing i can say is that i really like it, This Chun Jian Zang as got an exceptional aroma ( for my taste... )

    Andrea (1/22/2008)
     
    I felt the woody notes others have mentioned to be an undertone with the following description being the more pronounced. I interpreted the flavor as reminiscent of goji berries (as I have had them- dried) and MILD floral notes with a palatable sweetness. Each infusion carries enough flavor and delicacy to enjoy- I stopped after 5 infusions. Cups brew from a medium, clear-rusty red to a pale clear-reddish orange with little to no discernible astringency. Will undoubtedly enjoy the remainder of my brick.

    michael (9/25/2007)
     


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