I had this one again this morning. I was in the mood to try puer tea once again, and this is the only one I currently have on my shelf. Once again, I could taste the cooked spinach and wet wood flavors of the tea—both of which seem to appeal to me more than the last time I had it. I remember having reservations about this when I first had it, but I would actually say I enjoyed it this time—it’s definitely flavorful! I only have enough unused tea for one more session, so I am going to order more puer tea, but I think I will try another product to compare and learn a bit more about puer tea.

Flavors: Earth, Spinach, Wet Wood

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My tea habits generally depend on my mood and the season but, in general, my preferred teas are black teas (especially those grown in Sri Lanka and India) and Chinese green teas. Unless noted in my review, I brew my tea western style and do not use additives (milk/cream, sugar, etc.).

I am definitely not an expert when it comes to tea, so I apologize if my reviews differ from the experiences you’ve had with any of the teas I have logged.

Please feel free to contact me and let me know if you have a favorite that I have to try! :)

My grading for tea:

100: Perfect.

90, 95: Excellent.

80, 85: Very good.

70, 75: Good.

60, 65: Okay.

50, 55: Meh.

40, 45: Not so good.

0-35: Awful.


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