Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?


One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?

Postby ethan » Oct 26th, '12, 00:26

Tried using the search function, but it did not yield posts about this tea.

I just placed my first order w/ MT after reading so many favorable comments for OTTI MT's oolongs. I saw MT offers one Pu. If anyone has tried it, please let us know how it tastes, etc.. I only ordered oolongs but MT seems reputable & reliable so was tempted to add the Pu. (I don't have any Puerh that I like a lot & this sounded old & ready.)

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Re: Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?

Postby teaisme » Nov 19th, '12, 18:16

I was also curious about that one, might be an interesting shou, you never know

Will have a chance to try it out this weekend, will post and let you know how it is.
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Re: Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?

Postby ethan » Nov 19th, '12, 19:05

Thank you.
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Re: Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?

Postby teaisme » Dec 6th, '12, 16:02

hum....not my cup of tea thought it did produce some interesting sensations
Taste was too out of line for me to enjoy it too much
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Re: Has anyone tried Mountain Tea's loose Pu-Erh?

Postby ethan » Dec 6th, '12, 16:13

thanks for review. I ordered from MT on Black Friday & besides oolongs gambled on other tea but it was $5 for 5 oz. black not $23 pu.
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