VinceBLG wrote:I'd love to see a real earthy/smoky Pu-Erh selection for serious Pu-Erh lovers. Maybe something a little finer, a little more expensive probably, maybe something aged in a cake or tou cha.
There are already! You are just not going to find them in Adagio teas. If that of course is what you are implying. Adagio has some great stuff, don't get me wrong, just that there focus is not pu-erh.
Yes, I was talking about Adagio. I have ordered great pu-erh from other places but I was always hoping Adagio would up the selection but I guess it's not popular enough to make it worthwhile. Understandable.