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|This is my first pu-erh tea and I found it to be a strong tea with an strong aftertaste. But it is still good and very refreshing.|
|First cup is awful, second changes your mind about the tea. Very special taste and very good. Of course far away from īblackī puer, itīs just different|
|It has a very heavy taste: leather and chewing tobacco. But i think it will be a really nice pu-erh with some years on the shelf.|
|Yes, it is quite smoky (barbecue sauce may be a bit of an extreme analogy). Itís a good, affordable everyday Pu Erh, and I expect with a couple years of aging, itíll mellow out into a very drinkable tea. It can be quite difficult to break off the first leaves from the cake.|
|I did not like this tea at all. It had a scent that reminded me of barbaque
sauce and didnít produce a good cup. I threw the cake away after 2 or 3 brews.|
|it is a realy good tea|
|A sharp, intense green puerh that promises to mellow well with age.|
|I expected a poor quality (maybe because it is a green ttuo cha?). But it is, in my opinion a good one. Not an excellent tea, but a very good dayli one.|
|Coffee grinds, Leather, Slight chocolate taste. Nice for a green pu-ehr.|
|I expected a little more for the price of this Tuo Cha. Nothing special, and drinkable.|
|Very good tea. I feel refreshed every time i have this tea. You can drink as much as you want|
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