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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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2 types of Chun Jian Zang Zhuan Cha
  • 70g Chun Jian Zang  
  • 200g Chun Jian Zang  
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    70g Chun Jian Zang
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    70g Chun Jian Zang
    (rating: 4.3 out of 5)
      70g Chun Jian Zang
     
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    It was okay. Its drinkable. No matter how I brewed it, it seemed week for a pu-erh and had a strange subtle aftertaste that reminded me of the toothpaste from my childhood. I havent tried a large number of pu-erh teas, but the majority of the ones Ive tried seemed to have a rich woody/spicy note that I enjoy. This one didnt meet my expectations and lacked in that richness. Not a fan of this one. It was fun to try though.

    Kimberley (3/20/2013)
     
    Very interesting, i love how it morphs as it cools and in subsequent steeps. Very earthy at first, it mellows to a lovely chocolate, earthiness with roasted flavors that keep you guessing. Each swallow fills you and your soul. I cant wait to explore this style more. This is a tea for coffee lovers and wine lovers who enjoy dark brooding earthy wines.

    ryan (4/26/2012)
     
    Good puerh, very useful for serving (it comes in four blocks, each of which makes one pot). Not exceptional but is certainly what youd expect in a nice puerh (earthy, strong, relaxing).

    Matthew (4/3/2012)
     
    A complex very delicious fast. I bout 70gr next time will order bigger 200gr package

    Anton (2/10/2012)
     
    Very good one.It tastes strong even after multiple infusions.70g pack was excellent so I decided to order a bigger one (200g)/Also interesting to see how itll age.

    Pavel (3/9/2011)
     
    This is a wonderful tea for autumn mornings. Its strong caracter and its determined taste fills you up with power to embrace these first cold, rainy days. I drink it with a little milk in it; rice or oats milk drops successfully round off its fullness into a high class, indispensable beverage.

    Maja (10/18/2010)
     
    I made this tea 3 times, using different amounts of leaves each time (its hard to estimate the amount, as its packed so tightly), and I found the amount that suits me. Im no pu erh expert, but this is one excellent cup of tea. Its woody, but light, and very soothing. I somehow feel stronger and healthier after a few cups of this. Lasted for about 5 infusions.

    Sivan (7/14/2010)
     
    It was drinkable, but... Not really a tea for me. It was fun to try, though. Ive never had a real compressed pu-erh before.

    Merete (4/5/2010)
     
    I loved this tea, It exceeded my expectations. When brewed as directed it yields many delicious and different cups.

    Christopher (11/15/2009)
     
    When they say these bricks are specially prepared for the strong preferences of the Tibetan people they are not kidding! I drink many kinds of tea and this was a VERY potent brew. It does not have such a strong chi or warming after effect like pu erh normally does. Instead it has a fore-front astringency and racy effect like strong hong cha. I can see why Tibetans would prefer using this with milk, salt, and butter. Having said all that the quality was excellent. The method of preparation and storage I believe leads to a lot of dust I would wash the leaves at least three times before drinking. The taste while strong is very balanced. The infusions 1-3 had mild hei cha raw green flavor like liu an or liubao. Infusions 3-6 had red-tea hongcha/ hay flavors. 6-10 were very sugar cane syrupy sweet. Of all the post fermented tea this one tastes the most aromatic and most like hong cha leading to it being used with dairy. Personally, not my favorite cuppa. However, great quality, good price, and very very interesting.

    Charles (8/1/2009)
     
    This is great. After one cup you feel like you can do (almost) anything.

    Annemarie (6/2/2009)
     
    Tasty, compressed brick look charming and dring with great plesure

    Alexey (11/12/2008)
     
    I did not like it. To me it tasted a bit like soap. Or something artifictial i cant describe.

    Thomas (10/17/2008)
     
    MOLTO BUONO, VERY VERY GOOD. E UN PU-ERH CHE MERITA DI ESSERE PROVATO.

    IVAN (10/16/2008)
     
    I have tried the tea one time and in the process of figuring out how to best prepare the tea and how much to use.

    Carol (1/14/2008)
     
    This is my first experience with Puerh tea. I have to rate it only as satisfactory because I didnt know what to expect. Overall, there is a very subtle finish that I enjoy but I wish there was more of it. Not my favorite type of chinese tea, though I may need to try other Puerh types before finalizing my decision.

    Joseph (11/28/2007)
     
    nice tea. im glad thay ofer puerh teas in the 70gr size.

    ryan (9/26/2007)
     
    Strong tea, which passed first phase of postfermantation - no bad WoDui odours, smooth and sweet.

    Armandas (9/11/2007)
     
    A complex, spicy taste that does not quite rise to the level of some of the puerh teas I have tasted. Still it is a very good, very satisfying tea that feels very smooth going down.

    Richard (4/19/2007)
     
    a great pu erh i will be ordering more soon light and refreshing not a bad flavor brewed steeped 6 times great latenight tea a must try even for people who have not tryed pu erhs before

    william (3/8/2007)
     
    This is a very unique tea, and it completely exceeded my expectations. Its not very earthy or pu-ery as I though it would be, but it is delicious- sweet, fruity, light, refreshing, with a slippery texture on the tongue! Im not sure why the Tibetans go sick in a couple of days without it, but my theory is that they are hooked and are going through withdrawals!

    Brian (10/3/2006)
     


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