par John C.
[EN] Being a newbie at loose leaf tea preparation, temps, steeping times, I’m still learning. This tea for meis really good. It is robust, strong, and multiple infusions taste great. Well worth the price.
par Samantha Throttle
[EN] One of the better pu-erh teas on the market at an affordable price. Has a rich, full flavor and a good, earthy tone without being overpowering. Most other pu-erh teas I've tried at this price point that have been aged as long have a slight bitterness that is difficult to overlook. This one is smooth, even when accidentally over-steeping. The repeated steeps reveal a deeper, more complex flavor for the second third and sometimes the fourth cup, then nicely mellow for a few times thereafter. This has become my staple pu-erh tea and is a good choice for an introduction to what pu-erh is all about for the novice as well as a solid, quality choice for the price-aware pu-erh drinker.
par Paul Anderson
[EN] My first pu'erh and I love this stuff. Drink it almost every evening after dinner, re steeps a few times over the course of the evening.
[EN] This is an assertive leaf that reminds me of a moldering forest floor... in the best way possible. It blends well with dried rose petals, Ceylon cinnamon, vanilla bean and clove to make a fascinating chai. This is one of my favourite teas from tealyra. Five stars all 'round.
[EN] This is a delightful, rich, full bodied tea. If you are trying to reduce your coffee, try this.
par T.k. Padilla
[EN] Mostly stems and only bits of leaf. Can't complain for the price though. It is 20 years aged I believe and has a stout effect upon drinking.
[EN] Good tea. Not as deep tasting as I would have liked it to be for a 20 years old tea, but very drinkable. Pu’erh is good any time of day, but I usually have mine in the late afternoon or early evening.