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2009 Menghai 1er grado Pu'erh maduro

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Hermoso pu'erh maduro suelto, cosechado y producido en la famosa fábrica de té Menghai en la provincia de Yunnan, en el suroeste de China. Rico en un aroma terroso, este pu'erh libera un licor espeso, de color granate oscuro que es maravillosamente claro, meloso y tan suave. Terroso, ahumado, dulce y suave.

Cómo preparar
una taza de té perfecta
1 cucharada o 1 bolsa
8oz / 200ml
205F / 95°C
1.5 - 3 min
Té Pu'erh
por Dov
Noviembre 2023
[EN] If there was a truth in advertising award (is there?) this would win. It's exactly as described. Subtly sweat with a hint of earthiness and smokiness, like a forest after a light rain. Really delicious, especially for the price point. If you're looking for a funky weird Puerh, this isn't it. This makes an accessible, great for everyday consumption, cup of comfort tea.
por Eric Maxfield
Julio 2021
[EN] This is my first experience with Pu'Erh and got it on sale based on other reviews. I was not sure what to expect. It has a mildly pungent aroma that I could describe as "earthy" if generous and possibly "fishy" if not. Taking courage, I brewed it up western style with 2 min steeping and was pleasantly surprised at the mildness and there is definitely some interesting flavours going on including berries. Will have to return for second steeping to see how it develops but I kind of like it so far. For the price I guess its a good value introduction to Pu'Erh, but I am not sure I could justify the price of this if it wasn't on sale. Some of the premium varieties get pretty pricey.
por John Cooper
Marzo 2021
[EN] I really like this tea, it’s sweet, smoky, and has great overall taste. This has become my daily go to tea. I’ve ordered several bags and haven’t been disappointed. The price is very fair.
por Chris Boyer
Septiembre 2020
[EN] Bought this because of the sale price and curiosity as I've never had Pu'erh tea before. Will definitely get more once I get through what I have. The first steeping is earthy and complex, and has a "mushroomy" finish to me, reminiscent of brie rind, with the second and third steepings becoming more black tea-ish with less emphasis on the mushroom notes.

This is one of those things that seems strange at first, but once you figure it out you can get to really like it, kind of like Scotch or specialty cheeses.
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