Pistachio Pu'erh

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Pu-erh Tea
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Medium
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  • “ther has got to be a puerh out there that some companies generically use for their flavoured puerh. If not, then i dunno what’s up. this one was from a few days ago and i remember thinking that...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Sipdown (293) I don’t know if Roswell Strange was trying to broaden my horizons or torture me or a bit of both but back in December when she gave me a bunch of teas, she gave me a bunch of puerhs....” Read full tasting note
  • “Had this one yesterday while working out episode outlines for the podcast I’m working on; I drank a lot of tea while working on outlines because it helped keep me focused on the project. It’s been...” Read full tasting note
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ther has got to be a puerh out there that some companies generically use for their flavoured puerh. If not, then i dunno what’s up. this one was from a few days ago and i remember thinking that the base tasted similar to other flavoured puerh i’ve had from a few companies. Still though, it was enjoyable and did have that pistachio flavour going on. thanks for the share VariaTEA!

VariaTEA

This is the first pu’erh I had in a while it was still to pu’erh-y for me. Roswell Strange loaded me up with this and so many others though so when I get brave, I try them.

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Sipdown (293)

I don’t know if Roswell Strange was trying to broaden my horizons or torture me or a bit of both but back in December when she gave me a bunch of teas, she gave me a bunch of puerhs. As many of you know, me and puerh are not friends but also if someone shares something with me, I feel compelled to try it. So to ease myself in, I went for a flavoured puerh.

This definitely has a great pistachio flavor. It’s clear and distinct but doesn’t overpower the puerh base, as much as I wish it would. The base smells earthier/muddier than it tastes, which is nice but it definitely still has those qualities. Per Roswell Strange’s recommendation, I added a shitton of milk.

There is something cookie-like about this with the milk. The pistachio comes through and so does the puerh, though not as strongly. With that said, I don’t know where it’s coming from but I’m also getting something that is sort of like rubber/latex – kinda like the flavor you get in your mouth after blowing a bunch of balloons. Also as I continue to drink, the smell of dirt that puerh has fills my nose and it’s just not my thing.

Thank you Roswell Strange for sharing! While this was better than puerhs I’ve had in the past, I’m just not quite at the point in my tea journey where I enjoy puerh tea. Who knows if I ever will be…

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Had this one yesterday while working out episode outlines for the podcast I’m working on; I drank a lot of tea while working on outlines because it helped keep me focused on the project. It’s been a while since I last had this one but I really enjoyed it! It was so thick and rich, with deeply nutty and SUPER creamy pistachio notes and smooth earthy pu’erh. What I enjoyed most about it was how distinctly nutty/pistachio tasting it was without tasting sweet either.

Soooo good!

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