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Canton Cooked Mini Beeng Cha
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Great Cooked Pu Erh for its priceReview by Ben
This Pu erh is very pleasant. A delightful brew, with a strong flavour although lacking the subtleties of pricier pu erh. The four stars is a combination of price and taste, or rather I'm really reviewing it on its quality for what it costs.(Posted on 5/30/15)
love it!Review by Margo
Great! lovely, earthy taste. Great especially after a heavy meal.(Posted on 2/23/15)
enjoying this teaReview by kit
its a lovely mild flavour delicate on the palette, I am really enjoying it(Posted on 12/21/14)
Great everyday tea with earthy and smoky notesReview by Drew
Once the cake is broken up, the tea has a decaying/wet wood aroma. The aroma of the infused tea smells of saw dust and wet wood, and the flavour of the liquor is earthy and smoky. I think this is a great everyday tea that is mellow and has a classic cooked puerh flavour.(Posted on 4/25/14)
Everyday teaReview by gareth
Great simple Pu Erh tea, no frills, not terribly complex in flavours. Great starter tea to get used to the different flavours that pu erh has to offer. I did find that this tea required at least two steeps before producing a clear to near clear liquor, the tea definitely requires rinsing (as per gong fu method) before drinking.(Posted on 2/11/14)
Good tea.Review by Roger
I had tied a teabag puerh and enjoyed it ,so I ordered this cake. It is a very enjoyable and individual tea and seems to be remarkable value. I'm ordering two more.(Posted on 11/14/13)
FabReview by Sammy
Another great puerh from Canton! Great quality and good value; I would recommend this to people who haven't tried puerh before or to puerh lovers who want a good everyday tea that doesn't cost too much.(Posted on 10/24/13)
|Year of Production||2012|
|Harvesting Area||Yun Xian county of Lincang Prefecture, Yunnan|
|Puerh Type||Beeng Cha (cake)|
|Varietal||Camellia Sinensis var. Assamica|
|Leaf Appearance||Dark reddish brown with gold tips|
|Aroma||Hay, earth and smoke|
|Tasting Notes||Sweet, woody and earthy with a good astringency and a smooth finish|
|Quick Brewing Instructions||Use the gongfu style. A small teapot (or small amount of water) with 3-4 g of tea and hot water: 95°C (203°F) infused for just 20 secs. Reinfuse at least 6 times.
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