Jing Mai Mountain Ripe Pu-erh Tea Cha Gao * Instant Pu-erh Tea

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Pu-erh Tea
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Pu Erh Tea
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Average preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 1 g 3 oz / 100 ml

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  • “Wow that one is soooo suprisingly good, almonds, roasted sesame smell and taste, unbelievable colour too Ill get back to review more after more tasting” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have been curious about pu erh paste for quite a while now. It seemed like it would be bad, but hey, I’ve drank bug shit tea, so why not. It was actually interesting and not bad. The way I did it...” Read full tasting note
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Made entirely from Jing Mai mountain area ripened pu-erh tea. Entirely 2016 spring harvest tea were fermented for 45 days, then through a special decoction process this concentrated pu-erh tea cha gao was made. They were then warmed to make soft and pressed into these lovely 0.5 gram single serving cha gao bricks!

Simply put one in a cha hai, cup, or thermos and pour hot over it. Shake or agitate the cha gao and it will start to diffuse. Very nice cocao, sweet and ripe pu-erh taste. Very special and high quality cha gao!

Roughly 0.6 grams each

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Wow that one is soooo suprisingly good,
almonds, roasted sesame smell and taste, unbelievable colour too
Ill get back to review more after more tasting

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 15 sec 1 g 3 OZ / 100 ML

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I have been curious about pu erh paste for quite a while now. It seemed like it would be bad, but hey, I’ve drank bug shit tea, so why not. It was actually interesting and not bad. The way I did it was to dissolve one tiny piece in about 50 ml of water, let it sit for a minute, stir it up, drink, then repeat since the little chunk dissolves slowly. But you can probably just let the whole thing dissolve in a larger amount of water and wait. One tiny piece can easily make 6 oz of tea.

It basically ends up tasting like a decent grandpa style shu drink. It was way smoother than I was expecting. Very easy to drink, and of course convenient. It’s akin to a high quality instant coffee – not as good as the real thing, but pretty good overall.

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