Chocolate Bar Puer

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Pu-erh Tea
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Brown Sugar, Chocolate, Wood
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I’ve had this one twice (?) now, and am still trying to decide what to think about it. It’s pleasant enough, but doesn’t have a whole lot of depth. Got it because I wanted tea while traveling and was intrigued by the little squares its divided into – breaking off a square seemed like a tidy and unobtrusive way to enjoy puerh at work (I work in a lab, so my tea set up is fairly minimalist so I can grab a cup between experiments). Takes a while for the squares to break up on their own, so if you don’t have a way to manually help it along, the first few cups are fairly light. Sort of nondescript woody flavor with some chocolate undertones and some brown sugar sweetness. There’s nothing offensive about it, but also nothing that really excites me either. Serves its purpose, but probably wouldn’t go out of my way to acquire more.

Flavors: Brown Sugar, Chocolate, Wood

derk

Pardon me, I’m curious what your lab is studying. In a previous life I wore the hat of a research entomologist of sorts, a student of ecology and conservation. Public info so I understand if you are uncomfortable sharing.

Dustrose

Entomology, interesting! I’ve wandered into ecology from time to time, but turns out I enjoy tinkering a little too much…I’m working in a structural biology lab, focusing on viruses. Lots of biochemistry and taking tiny things apart to see how they work.

derk

That’s awesome. Viruses are fascinating and something I considered studying many years ago but I moved away from them for whatever reason. Thanks for sharing :)

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