MENGHAI SHOU PU-ERH

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Pu'erh Tea
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Flavors
Cocoa, Wood
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  • “Backlog 1/21/2024 This has been a daily drinker for me for a long while. I usually will thermos brew it and sip as I go about the day. It’s a good tea to take traveling for office days or getting...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown I drank the last of this grandpa style the other day. It’s a very easily approachable tea; which doesn’t seem to have the ability to be over-brewed. I suppose since it is shou, it’s more...” Read full tasting note
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Backlog 1/21/2024

This has been a daily drinker for me for a long while. I usually will thermos brew it and sip as I go about the day. It’s a good tea to take traveling for office days or getting out of the house. I sipped this one for a majority of the day yesterday. I added more water/leaf, as needed, but it was frigid and there’s nothing more comforting than a shou on a cold day.

Cheers and happy sipping!

Flavors: Cocoa, Wood

Tiffany :)

I really need to go through my random puerh (mostly from white2tea, but a few from other places) and actually TRY them. For me this winter my daily drinker is Friday’s Tea Baby’s Blend which is “Ingredients: Green tea, chocolate, osmanthus flower, natural apple flavoring”. It’s a nice cozy hojicha blend to give me a pick me up at work (I make in a big tumbler at home and bring to work) to sip on through out the day. :)

MadHatterTeaReview

That sounds like a really good blend to have at work – a welcoming mix of flavors. I’m sure it’d be an ideal tea on a drive into work, especially on a colder day, as it has been here. Happy sipping! :)

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Sipdown

I drank the last of this grandpa style the other day. It’s a very easily approachable tea; which doesn’t seem to have the ability to be over-brewed. I suppose since it is shou, it’s more common than not. I drank this since I had an upset stomach, and while not settling my pain too much, it helped a little.

Notes: Thick mouthfeel, earthy, mushroom, and sweet. I’d probably offer this to a puerh newbie, if they wanted to try a shou.

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