I’ve had a very hit and miss experience with Pu-erh Teas, so I’m always hesitant when I try a new one.
This tea is quite good. The smell is heavily musky, which I don’t much care for, but the flavor is mild, smooth, earthy, and a bit woodsy. It reminds me of a downed tree in the woods.
It probably wouldn’t be my first choice out and about, but as a pu-erh, it definitely tops my lists.
Flavors: Loam, Musty, Wet Wood, Wood