Yunnan Chi Tse 7598

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Pu-erh Tea
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200 °F / 93 °C

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  • “Last bit of this sample from Dexter, and it feels like it will never end. 2 rinses, and then 4 steeps into a thermos to take with me today. It’s strong, it’s a bit “fishy” and really earthy/forest...” Read full tasting note

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Last bit of this sample from Dexter, and it feels like it will never end. 2 rinses, and then 4 steeps into a thermos to take with me today.

It’s strong, it’s a bit “fishy” and really earthy/forest loamy. I do like it, but it’s not excellent.

It feels like it’s not going to steep out though. I have a feeling I’ll be steeping it a bazillion times when I get home.

Thanks so much, Dexter! :)

Steeping this more the next day. It’s almost spicy. 3 steeps fit into a thermos, and honestly since I’m not really worried about “wasting” this tea by not checking out each steep, this is the easiest and best way to do it. It’s still a bit musty, but it’s getting almost creamy, and has a bit of a peppery bite. I flash-rinsed it twice before brewing since it was out on the counter overnight.

Sil

…the only downside to puerh when you’re trying to get your cupboard under control hahahaha

OMGsrsly

Omg I know. I didn’t actually make more last night so I’ll be filling a thermos again today for when I go out.

OMGsrsly

Steeping more today!

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