Yunnan Puerh

This time, I’ll be writing about Yunnan puehr, which is, I guess, kind of the “normal” kind.
As the name implies, it is made in the Yunnan province, which is a place where, actually, a lot of teas I’ve seen are produced.
It is very earthy, and smells, I think, slightly like mushrooms, which is understandable, since puehr is a fermented tea.
This particular kind that I have photos of (and am drinking right now), tastes a bit more like black tea than some I’ve had before.


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