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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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    Zhuan Cha
    Zhuan Cha
    (rating: 4.8 out of 5)
      Zhuan Cha
     
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    amazing earthy pu-erh. nice woulddy earthy flaver. mouthfeel reminds me of a milk stout

    ryan (9/27/2007)
     
    This is a great shu puerh. A little woody and earthy, very clean and s beautiful spicy finish. It is very active on the palette. To me it has the smoothness of a shu and the lively character and potency of a young green puerh

    paul (8/18/2007)
     
    This has become my daily tea, the rich milk like taste has an adictive quality to it which I crave more than coffee. The flavor is smooth and rich in texture, a real treat for the taste buds. If your looking to try out the Pu-eth family of cooked teaís this is a great place to start!

    eric (5/9/2007)
     
    One of better Pu-Erhs Iíve tried. Dark brown liquor with a spicy aroma and a smooth, slightly earthy taste. Satisfying taste and a smooth finish. Jan

    Jan (11/6/2006)
     
    Clean, vegital, earthy taste, not dirty or muddy as some other black pu erhs, and a hint of smokiness.

    Chris (9/14/2006)
     
    Excellent tea. I drank it every day.

    Tony (5/15/2006)
     
    excellent tea

    natalie (1/17/2006)
     
    6FTMís Zhuan Cha is among my favorite cooked puíers. The tea is sweet, rich, and thick. It has a clean flavor--no strange leather tastes here, and no odd muchsroom flavors. The tea can produce five or six nice infusions. I love this tea especially in the winter at night after a rich meal. It is easy to drink, and I woud not want to be without it among my usual teas. I keep one in my kitchen basket and three in storage. As I finish one, I order another. There are almost no other puíers that have so caught my attention. These bricks are several years old. I am keeping one to age even further. I give this items my highest rating for shu puíer designated for everyday consumption. ~Gerald Tiffany

    Gerald (12/20/2005)
     
    I canít get enough of this tea. Despite the fact that itís caffeinated, it doesnít seem to affect me like coffee does. It is also a very beautiful looking brew (pink/amber) and a long-lasting leaf (can be brewed and rebrewed.)

    Mona (9/19/2005)
     
    This tea was exactly what I was looking for. It makes an excellent iced tea.

    Mona (9/19/2005)
     
    light clear chestnut color.complex,no bad after taste.should get better with age.Good for 3-5 infusions.I like it a lot.

    wittaya (9/18/2005)
     


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