Tuocha Squares 2010

Tuocha Squares 2010

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(2 customer reviews)

USD 7.80

Rated 5.00 out of 5

Compressed Blended Shu Cha:

The good thing about small-size compressed tea is that it comes in as pre-measured doses. The additional process of compressing also gives a slightly different taste profile to the original loose leaf post-fermented tea (shu cha). Tea Hong’s Tuocha Squares are processed in one of the few puer processing facilities that are rated best food safety standard by Chinese authority.

Connoisseur classInfusion colorTCM Neutral

Net weight: approx 60 g (2.1 oz) Premium Alu Zippable

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熟茶、2010金毫小方沱

Taste profile

Earthy aroma with herbaceous accents. Moderately mild infusion with slight plum peel citrous bite in an earthy overtone. Light sweet aftertaste with hints of astringency.

Infusion tips

For best results, use one square to the mug or small pot. Blanch with generous amount of boiling water before infusing with the same temperature water.

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Weight 200 g
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Reviews(2)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Handy Little Squares!

    I have had good experience with this tea. If you’re looking for a good quality shu cha that simplifies preperation, this is a great choice – portable, pre-measured and easy to make – perfect for travel or taking to the office.

    Each square is 25mm x 25mm x 10mm and come, if I’m not mistaken, 16 per tube (each one is therefore around 3.75g). Each square is individually wrapped in thin decorative paper, sealed with a holographic sticker.

    The lot is protected first by a plastic outer bag, which itself comes in a tough cardboard tube. Good protection for a good product. I’d recommend it!

  2. Rated 1 out of 5

    Don’t like it

    I got this for fun and thought it was something like Menghai Spring pressed together to form the little squares. I did not realize the taste could be so different from the loose leaf tea, and it is only very little bit cheaper. I think I’ll stick with Menghai Spring for puer now. There is one thing I learned never-the-less, a tea may look the same, but taste completely different!

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