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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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    Yunnan Tuo Cha
    Yunnan Tuo Cha
    (rating: 3.9 out of 5)
      Yunnan Tuo Cha
     
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    Strong taste, above average pu-erh. Can turn bitter if left to brew for too long.

    Terje (8/26/2010)
     
    Has the more rugged taste than the more fine pu erh but I like it alot-when I want it alittle stronger from time to time-mk

    michael (10/21/2009)
     
    i enjoyed this pu erh... full bodied, going to put it away for a while and break it our say every september to see whats the story

    Robert (8/16/2008)
     
    This was love on the first sip. What a pleasant flavor for a pur-ehr. I brew it in a teapot with a strainer insert steeping for 3 minutes and get that way 3 infusions of 200 ml each. It is important to take the strainer out after each seeping in order to avoid some bitter aftertaste.

    Peter (6/30/2008)
     
    Good for the money. Reasonable and handy sheng pu-erh. Nothing outstanding but nothing offensive either.

    Gary (1/27/2008)
     
    A very strong and quite bitter taste, but good. I think it will improve a lot with carefull aging. Convenient with mini tou cha, perfect for a cup!

    Oskar (10/29/2007)
     
    I found this one kind of unpleasant. Turns bitter by the third or fouth steeping, and left me with a dry mouth feel. But I didnít expect anythng great, so I donít regret buying it.

    Alex (10/17/2007)
     
    my first pu-erh tea...interesting...

    Casey (11/9/2006)
     
    Ití a good pu erh in a very practical wrapping.

    Paolo (6/11/2006)
     
    Great taste, easy to prepare, makes you feeling great

    sarah (1/9/2006)
     
    We often enconter cooked/black mini-tuo chas, but green/uncooked mini-tuo chas are seldom found on internet tea sites. I tried one of these and set the rest back for aging. The flavor is strong. The leaves are small. The aroma is pleasant. For the price, it is a good choice. ~geraldo

    Gerald (12/20/2005)
     
    nice tuo cha and easy to prepare

    Valeriano (9/4/2005)
     


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