ginger puerh

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Herbal Pu-erh Blend
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My go-to tea when I am sick is Rishi’s Pu-erh Ginger. Nothing makes me feel better than a hot cup of it! I am in quite the conundrum at the moment since I am at my parent’s for the holidays, and I’ve come down with the flu. Well, I thought it was a cold at first, but 5 days later and I’m just feeling worse so sadly, seems like I caught the evil winter bug. And I don’t have my beloved tea! But just in the nick of time I got my swap package from Kasumi which mercifully contains ginger pu-erh.

I have only tried a few Numi teas but I’ve liked them all, so I had high hopes for this. It smells great for a bagged tea, and brews up nice and dark. I sweetened my cup liberally with honey, but I took a sip before and the earthy, woodsy flavors come through very well. The ginger is nice and sharp, not quite as strong as the Rishi blend (unsurprising, since I’m comparing bagged vs loose-leaf) but it’s so nice and warming and a smidge peppery. The perfect throat-soother! And, miraculously, I got 3 steeps out of one bag and the flavor didn’t even fade! Just increased the time by 2 minutes, I think I’ll try for a 4th before I curl up in bed for the night. Thanks so much, Kasumi!

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Kasumi no Chajin

this one comes in loose leaf too :D

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1015 tasting notes

Spicy, earthy, and all around tasty ~ thanks for sending me more work tea bags Kasumi! This is a very nice way to end my evening.

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189 tasting notes

Bagged, will restock with loose
Aroma when Dry: Sharp, Spicy, peppery, slightly fruity
After water is first poured:. Light almost floral ginger, pepper balanced
At end of steep: notes blend and mellow, but still present
Tea liquor:
At end of steep: brown-red
Staple? Yes, Likely Autumn, winter seasonal
Time of day preferred: Any
first notes: earthy, gingery, warming, not spicy or overly sharp,velvety
As it cools? gets a bit woody, slightly spicy, peppery and earthy
Additives used (milk, honey, sugar etc)? No.
Lingers? Slightly at the back of the throat, with faint hints of ginger spice, light sweetness (eastern)

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Third one from by box :3 I thought this one would be taken over by ginger.. But it turns out puerh is the dominant flavor! Ginger kind of hangs out in back in the aftertaste. It has a nice little kick to it but not enough to completely ruin the cup. It complements the puerh’s earthy flavor.

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