TeaFanatic wrote:Really I'm looking for any type of pu-erh to try, but I'm trying to go middle of the road(good quality but still kinda cheap). Any website recommedations?
Middle of the road? Taking your words literally, then I recommend this pu-erh: click here
It's mixed with raw and cooked leaves, but mostly cooked. I just had a sample of it recently, and it's pretty decent. Earthy, woody and slighly floral. As with cooked pu-erh, it's smooth...and this one had a texture of drinking whole milk. The only draw back is you have to pay for shipping from China and wait 3 weeks for it to come.
That mighty leaf website doesn't even indicate the weight of the horse pu-erh brick. For $32, it's very overpriced, unless it's a 1 or 2 kg brick.