Here we have another one of Canton Tea Co.‘s line-up of cute little 100 gram mini-beengs. Advertisements
Let’s get the obvious out of the way before we go any further – this tea is never, ever, going to win any kind of award.
I picked up this brick during a visit to UK based vendor Green Tea Guru‘s website.
I found this 100 gram feng (square brick) of shou Pu-erh at one of my favourite suppliers, House of Tea.
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This is the 2016 incarnation of White2Tea‘s 200 gram Brown Sugar shou Pu-erh brick.
I ran across this tuo when I was visiting Green Tea Guru during a multi-site shopping spree with the aim of bolstering the shou side of my stash.
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