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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.
 
  Pu-erh Tea
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    Feng Huang Tuo Cha
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    Feng Huang Tuo Cha
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    This is my first puer tea cake Ive tried from TeaSpring. I bought another cake earlier, but Im still aging it for a few years. The Feng Huang Tuo Cha tastes sweet, like the candy I ate growing up called Haw Flakes. This tea is rather mellow and mild- maybe because it has aged already (Im not really sure). It seems okay and tastes good. I will continue drinking it to see.

    Ronald (9/25/2012)
     
    This is the first pu-erh tea Ive tried, so I dont have a frame of reference to compare to. However, this is excellent tea, and Im looking forward to drinking it for some time to come.

    Nathan (11/30/2011)
     
    Havent yet cracked this one open. Perhaps Ill age it a while.

    James (7/10/2011)
     
    My first foray with real pu-erh and I was not disappointed. Good for a dozen steepings, you can brew an evolving tea for hours. Flavor is like that of a black, but the fermentation skews it into its own territory.

    Philip (1/28/2011)
     
    Very fragrant with a sweet after taste that smoothes out after a few infusions. Good raw pu-erh.

    William (2/18/2010)
     
    This raw cake had sweeter finishes on the 5th and 6th infusions. Bitter at the start, this one is a good one to put away for aging.

    Dale (11/4/2006)
     
    love the color and after taste

    RUI (8/29/2006)
     
    young and strong sheng puerh ! It is very well compressed and i left it for aging

    Alexander (1/19/2006)
     
    Amber color with a little bit of bite.Still young should get better with age.Good for 2-3 infusion.

    wittaya (9/18/2005)
     
    One of the best raw PuErhs I tasted this year.

    Armandas (9/2/2005)
     


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