When I first saw the name of this tea, I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect. But when the description explained that the tea was made from material that is “typically used for puer,” I was intrigued.Continue reading “Bitterleaf Teas’ Impress Forcibly Through Unexpectedness | Tea Review”
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When I saw this experimental blend of black tea and ripe pu-er, I quickly added it to my shopping cart because I hadn’t tried this combination before!Continue reading “Bitterleaf Teas’ Body & Soul 2020 | Tea Review”
Since the Year of the Rat has come and gone, I wanted to make sure I drank this tea so it didn’t get left behind! The honey and fruit description sounded too lovely to not try.Continue reading “BitterLeaf Teas’ Year of the Rat 2020 Yiwu Raw Puer | Tea Review”
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.
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).
Description: “An early vegetal taste develops into a subtle sweetness with subsequent brewings.”
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!