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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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    Bajiaoting Yun Wu
    Bajiaoting Yun Wu
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      Bajiaoting Yun Wu
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    Excellent leaves, charming smell. I wish to buy some more and keep them. Now is the time to get it for a reasonable price which will surely rise over time.

    Kim (10/11/2006)
    This is a simple but enjoyable tea. The leaves are attractive and give off a nice scent with barely a hint of smokiness. The brewed tea has a refreshing and welcoming aroma of floral fruit (plum?) with a bit of camphor. The brew itself is dark golden, itís smooth, flavors of olive and camphor with a little bitterness (I brewed gongfu style in a 5 oz pot with a lot of tea, perhaps I will put less tea or shorter time), which I actually enjoyed. It leaves a nice aftertaste with a hint of the camphor. Thereís not a lot of depth but itís a very pleasant drink and certainly a good value. I recommend it.

    Danica (4/29/2006)
    Some where in between black spanish olives and plum. The olive is more penetrating and the plum is not up front. Nice, but certainly not as friendly as a black pu-ehr of similar quality.

    Silas (3/12/2006)
    I was surprised at how enjoyable this tea is already. Very solid.

    James (11/17/2005)
    very dark chestnut color,no bad odor,not cloudy.slight plum after taste.I like it.Its already to drink now.?May improve with more aging.

    wittaya (10/6/2005)
    I liked it!

    Armandas (9/2/2005)

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