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Bitterleaf Teas’ 2016 Fall Mao Cha Party Mix Tasting Set | Tea Review

Bitterleaf Tea Mao Cha Spoons

I love learning about teas and how they are affected by the location, season, production, etc. Therefore, when I saw this tasting set from Bitterleaf Tea, I had to try it! The set is comprised of three different mao chas. Mao cha is the raw material used to make pu-erh.

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Bitterleaf Teas’ Ice Queen 2007 Spring Bing Dao Ancient Tree Raw Puer and Grizzly Brown 2006 Meng Hai Tu Si Ripe Puer | Tea Review

Tea received at a discount for review

Bitterleaf Teas Puer Tea Two Spoons

In the past, I’ve reviewed teas from Bitterleaf Teas before. However, I never really spoke about the company. I came across Bitterleaf Teas a year ago because I saw a picture of their pretty packaging (I’m a sucker for packaging).

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Bitterleaf Teas’ Fox Tail and Sabertooth | Tea Review

Tea received at a discount for review

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Today is Comparing Thursday! I have two Dian Hong black teas from Bitterleaf Teas: Fox Tail and Sabertooth. Both teas are made from ancient trees, with Sabertooth originating from 300+-year-old trees!

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