|A nice puerh, but had a propensity to easily become too bitter. Perhaps this is a property of green puerhs and I have mainly tried black puerhs. I prefer black puerhs in general.
This puerh was not outstanding, I would instead highly recommend the yin zhen tea cake. That was truly outstanding and never became bitter.|
|My first Pu-Erh, so I do not know what to expect. Hard to break. Smoky, almost like steeped tabaco but after few infusions I get used to this and actually liked taste. I´ll let it stay for a while.|
|This is one of the few green/raw pu-erh that I really like, because it has a comparatively mild flavour. Recommendable!!! |
|The first steep or two are nice, but the flavor fades fairly quickly after that. I like a little more sharpness and complexity. Still not bad though -- I will stash this brick away for awhile and hope for the best. :)
Overall, though it’s an enjoyable drink, I think there are better young shengs around for the price.|
|Pleasant drinking tea. Could have given more value if the Qiao Mu characteristics (as the name suggests) had been more prominent.|
|The packaging is good with the top part not covered for breathing. I brewed a little loose leaves. It is excellent green tea for now. Enjloy drinking it. I wish I do not have to wait for 10 years for it to turn into a classic Pu-Erh tea. |