Pu-erh Tuo Cha Chinese Black Tea
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Pu-erh Tuo Cha Chinese Black Tea

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4.2
out of 5
5 (4)
4 (1)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (1)
Would recommend this product.
16.7%

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Product Description

Each hand-formed tuo cha, or nest, yields multiple infusions of an earthy and aromatic liquor. If the flavor is too sharp for your liking, leave the leaf in the water; it will mellow after 10, 20 minutes or more without becoming bitter.

Ingredients: Pu-erh tea.

Customer Ratings & Reviews

6
Ratings Snapshot
4.2
out of 5
5 (4)
4 (1)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (1)
Would recommend this product.
16.7%
4.2
out of 5
5 (4)
4 (1)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (1)
Would recommend this product.
16.7%
6 Total Reviews
New Favorite Tea!
5 out of 5
Terry
Location: Ahoskie, NC
Date: Apr41l 5, 2016
Little unsure how to prepare the Pu-erh tea at first, but removed paper poured boiling water over it and waited 3 minutes. It was excellent and will be one that I keep on the shelf from now on. I've tried 30+ teas over the last three months and this is my favorite so far. It is extremely dark (looked like dark coffee), yet it tasted very light and smooth.
Recommended
pu erh tea
5 out of 5
Richard Moffitt,
Location: Port Charlotte ,, Fl.,
Date: October 22, 2009
was given a sample of Pu Erh tea am now addicted to this tea , if you try lemon peel or ginger in this tea it is great but l mostly drink it as a plain tea. love this tea.
Recommend
4 out of 5
Jon, T,
Location: Omaha,, NE,
Date: August 8, 2008
I was really skeptical after reading about the fermentation process but I went ahead and tried it anyways. This tea is exceptionally smooth and has the very unusual characteristic of tasting like slightly under ripe mulberries (not pure green mulberries but mid stage pink or dark red mulberries). I recommend taking the filter paper off the birds nest before you steep the tea. You avoid any potential filter paper taste in the tea and you get better water/tea surface contact for faster brewing. The price is defiantly right so if you’re on the fence buy a small amount and try a cup. If you don’t like it, chuck the rest. You’ll be out three or four bucks and you’ll be a little smarter next time.
oldest of tea forms
5 out of 5
Greg Dyche,
Location: Omaha,, NE,
Date: May 31, 2008
According to a new book on tea I was reading, the caked tea is the oldest of forms, so I was excited to try pu-erh. I love it, and I like the idea of drinking something a little different.
PLEASE pass the Pu-erh!!
5 out of 5
Elaine M,
Location: Omaha,, NE,
Date: February 27, 2007
I was given some Pu-erh Toucha as a gift; after smelling it I wasn't anxious to try it. After several months I decided I should try it before discarding it. I LOVE it! I drink it with Hazelnut flavored CoffeeMate. It is a dessert in itself. My opinion: Disregard the smell & don't pass on the Pu-erh.
Passs on the Pe-erh
1 out of 5
Location:
Date: December 31, 2006
Phil D., Omaha, NE - Very earthy and mushroomy, not for my pallete.
6 Total Reviews