MEversbergII wrote:Also called "tea paste".
http://yunnansourcing.com/en/1711641111 ... u-erh-tea-
I've seen these around various websites, including Alibaba and the above. The idea sounds interesting, and sounds a bit similar to the concentrate I've heard Tibetians use to make butter tea. Has anyone given this form of pu'er a try?
AllanK wrote:I recently bought some of this ripe Cha Gao from Yunnan Sourcing. It was interesting. It had a taste of burnt coffee for lack of a better phrase, hard to accurately describe. It is said the burnt taste dissipates with aging.