Help ID this brick

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Help ID this brick

by rabbit » Oct 30th, '13, 10:09

My wife bought this for me as a gift, I don't know much about pu and haven't drank it very often, I was hoping someone could help me identify it and tell me if it's any good?

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Oct 31st, '13, 10:46
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Re: Help ID this brick

by rabbit » Oct 31st, '13, 10:46

Nobody knows huh?

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Re: Help ID this brick

by Da Hong Pao » Nov 3rd, '13, 12:25

It's a 2007 shou carried by Dobra in Czech Republic and US. Decent for the price, tends to be quite sweet and yields 15+ infusions.

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Re: Help ID this brick

by rabbit » Nov 4th, '13, 09:15

Thank you for the info!

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Nov 7th, '13, 11:36
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Re: Help ID this brick

by rabbit » Nov 7th, '13, 11:36

I don't really have much experience to compare with when it comes to pu-erh but I enjoyed this tea, I had some the other day and found it to be earthy and very slightly sweet. It made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside :)

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