Aged Pu-erh Tea
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86% Recommend this product (19 of 22 responses)
September 2, 2015
Smooth & Tasty
I really enjoy this particular tea!
July 20, 2014
received in timely manner and had all the earthy flavor I like in a good aged pu erh
April 9, 2014
Pu-erh is not my thing..
As if the tea paints the water... Too muddy when brewed and too strong of that old flavor.. Never tried pu-erh before but definitely not my thing..
By jo ann
February 4, 2014
I found my tea a very smooth and easy cup of tea. A good afternoon tea, try and enjoy.
Palm Desert, CA
January 20, 2014
Let's be honest. If you've tried a bunch of different Pu erhs you'll notice that they taste somewhat fishy. Well this one is no exception however it is the least fishiest tasting one i've ever tried. It is mellow. It is NOT bitter at all. But then again most Pu erhs aren't. So far this is the best Puerh i've ever tasted. It is woodsy, smokey, and it has a clean finish. Many Pu erhs even after a quick rinse have a bit of a muddy finish - this one does not. It's the right color and it stands up to MANY steepings - about as many as you'll ever want in one sitting. I haven't actually counted the amount of steepings because it goes on and on. I'm pleased with the product and will likely buy it again.
November 27, 2013
Aged Pu-erh Tea
Graet product. I love this Tea.
November 27, 2013
Aged Pu-erh Tea ( 4 oz )
I am saving this tea for special occasions.
November 26, 2013
Great with cream and sugar and has lots of health benefits.
By geoff crowe
April 13, 2013
Pu-erh and gift
Great tea. Marketing department needs to get creative and stop sending me so many metal bottles. Here is a suggestion. After so many bottle rewards let me return them for a nice tea pot!
Gwynn Oak, MD
March 31, 2013
Different is good
I was new to pu-erh last year and have since tried the young ripened, and aged pu-erh. I like both, but prefer the aged pu-erh because its flavor is much earthier and intense. Pu-erh has a taste reminiscent of fresh garden soil. This may not sound so good, but its like the earthy flavor that you get from a beet. Its definitely different, but worth a try for anyone who drinks a lot of tea and wants to try something different. I have always kept some pu-erh in my tea cabinet since I first tried it last year.
March 23, 2013
Aged Pu-erh Teah
Great tasting Tea and always fast shipment.
By Chef Jim Leeds
March 20, 2013
Delicious Aged Tea
Once again, a class-A purchase from Enjoying Tea! The tea arrived in a timely manner, and had a deep, flavorful body.
February 11, 2013
Nice, mild, tasty tea. No need to add sweetners or mess with it. Seems to help with water retention acting as release.
February 7, 2013
Delicious earthy flavor tones
This tea has a unique taste and smell, unlike most other teas. It is a tea with an earthy almost nutty aftertaste. Very soothing, satisfying. Leaves can be reused for multiple cups.
November 23, 2012
decided to try the aged version of Pu-erh tea and am stoked I did. A subtle, and smokey taste its my new fave!
By Ava johnson
August 8, 2012
Refreshing morning pick me up:)
July 10, 2012
very hardy tea - rustic, delicious
By T R
June 17, 2012
I received this tea and was pleasantly surprised. The taste is wonderful . It definately has an earthy aroma about it but nothing to dispell the wonderful taste. I will be re-ordering soon.
Rio Linda, CA
June 10, 2012
The Pu-erh tea and white tea were advertized in the Woman's World May 2012 issue of magazine on page 18. Dr. Oz reveals: Drink tea, get slim! Lose up to 200 lbs! Powerful teas metabolize fat and stop cravings! My husband and I started losing weight after drinking a combination of these teas. Tea schedule is 16 oz. in the morning and 16 oz. lunchtime. Add slices of ginger and lemon. In a week, he lost 5 lbs., I lost 3. Thank you, we are really enjoying these teas!
By Dyna Munoz
April 10, 2012
One of the best
Pu-erh Tea is a must for me. Mixed with the fruit teas available here you get the Teavana blend at half the cost.
Gwynn Oak, MD
November 3, 2011
Dirty never tasted so good
Ok, I had no idea what to expect when I ordered this tea. I had never tasted, or even heard of, pu-erh tea before. When I opened the bag I was surprised to smell..... dirt. Yes, the tea smells just like freshly dug up garden soil. I steeped it for three minutes and ended up with a DARK brown brew, which still smelled like soil, lol. Anyway the taste is slightly different from the smell, but the taste is definitely earthy. In case you are having trouble with the term 'earthy' when referring to taste picture how a beet tastes. A beet is sweet, but its overall and lingering taste is earthy. This tea is the same. Personally I love this tea, especially since I can get 3-4 steeps out of each teaspoon. There is also a lot of evidence that points to this tea having a profound effect on lowering cholesterol levels. Even though it has a very earthy taste it has a clean finish, which means it was fermented properly. This tea is not for people who need to dump loads of sugar in their tea in order to enjoy it because, quite frankly, sugar doesn't change the overall flavor. If you haven't tried pu-erh before split the cost with another adventurous tea drinker so that you don't feel so bad if you don't like it.
September 25, 2010
Still looking for a source for Grade 1 Pu-erh
In spite of the reddish tint to the tea in the photo, this tea is mostly black and not as good as I had hoped. I am a pu-erh tea addict, having sampled the very best Puerh from a Chinese friend who brought some from home. There are small sticks and branches in this product and the flavor is less than smooth. That said, good pu-erh tea is relatively difficult to find in the U.S. and this one is an excellent value for the price. I will continue to seek a purer form of aged pu-erh, and if I cannot find it, I will certainly purchase this again.