Tea identification

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

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Feb 28th 18 7:27 am
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Tea identification

by Jelopascua » Feb 28th 18 7:27 am

Hi just got this tea from the mail. I'm new to cooked puerh and the taste is very different from raw puerh. The tea seems to be not bitter and has no harshness on the throat. Can anyone identify this?Image

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Re: Tea identification

by 12Tea » Mar 6th 18 3:23 pm

It's interesting that you started with raw first and later on discover ripe/cooked pu erh. Normally it's the opposite, as ripe pu erh is served more in restaurants.

The label doesn't say more than that it's a 250g ripe pu erh tea block made by 'gushunhao'.

How's the taste??