Premium Grade Ripe Pu-erh Tea Mini Tuo Cha Lao Cang 2008

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  • “I’ve had this tea for some time, but never posted a review. My first pu’er, perhaps not the best to begin with. To me it had a strong fishy odor/taste, which I can now identify as ‘umami’. While...” Read full tasting note
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These premium mini tuo cha are made from Simao fermented ripe pu-erh. These are about 4.5 grams each. The brewed liquor is a lovely deep red color and the flavor is rich,sweet and smooth. This is a great drink for a dry throat , after a heavy meal, or just for enjoyment alone!

Please don’t confuse our premium tuos with other lower grade tuos that are being sold everyhwhere! The lowest grade tuos we won’t sell as they are made from tea fannings that is swept up off the floor of a factory after the “wu dui” fermentation process, and are totally un-clean!

Producer: Lao Cang Tea Factory

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I’ve had this tea for some time, but never posted a review.

My first pu’er, perhaps not the best to begin with. To me it had a strong fishy odor/taste, which I can now identify as ‘umami’.

While other pu’ers I’ve tried have had this to a lesser extent, and I’ve even come to respect the taste, even a whiff of these small tuos today still takes me back to the fish cleaning shack where I made a few bucks growing up.

My wife liked it. (She likes caviar too, strange one she is.) The score is higher because of it.

I’m saving them for swaps, and maybe even a revisit in a year (or ten).

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