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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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    Xiaguan Gold Tuo Cha
    Xiaguan Gold Tuo Cha
    (rating: 4.2 out of 5)
      Xiaguan Gold Tuo Cha
     
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    Excellent tea, with light plums scent (at least I think it is plums) and sweet aftertaste.

    Philip (11/17/2011)
     
    Smells good and looks to be of good quality. Iīll be aging this one for a while before breaking into it. A note to potential buyers: this is a round bowl, not a flat cake. Although this is noted in the description, the image doesnīt make it clear.

    James (1/18/2011)
     
    it is a very flavour and harmony tea. it taste a sweet and delicious liquor.

    Ricardo (5/13/2010)
     
    Very good raw pu-erh. Rather sweet, but there is a bit of bitterness, especially in first infusion. Also the piece is hard to crush, it is little troublesome.

    Paweł (1/10/2010)
     
    Need further aging. The tea leaves are of high quality. Still tightly compacted. May have to steam to get to the tea.

    Fred (6/5/2008)
     
    this is a good tea for the price though it is young it is mellow and leaves a long lasting cool taste on your breth.

    ryan (3/26/2008)
     
    (disclaimer: pu-erh newbie!) I love this tea. The flavor is deep with a hint of sweetness, surprisingly good for how young it is. It makes multiple delicious infusions. Iím going to buy a couple more of these to hang onto. My only "problem" with this tea is that itís so tightly compressed, I can barely break off any pieces! Not really a problem though.

    Dave (2/20/2008)
     
    Xiaguan is always a good pu erh but needs time for aging to get rid of some bitter notes during the first infusions. Very pleasant sweet aftertaste. This one should age well.

    Kim (10/11/2006)
     
    Young, powerful and aromatic with great potencial for ageing.

    Armandas (8/7/2006)
     
    Nice piece of Tuo Cha, only I did not see the gold ribbon with the tea cake.

    Chung (7/3/2006)
     
    This is a delicious young Puer. I would give it four and a half stars because of itís extremely appealing flavor; a hint of smokiness but also smooth with hints of fruit, and lasts many brews. Itís simple and really good, great to drink now or save.

    Danica (5/11/2006)
     
    Very nice aroma with a wonderful smoothness after the first seeping.

    James (11/17/2005)
     
    excellent tasting tea that will age gracefully

    jose (11/2/2005)
     


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