Swirling Mist Puerh | Global Tea Hut


Puerh, a tea originating in Yunann, China, ages like a fine wine and offers a unique taste like none other. Swirling Mist Puerh Tea by Global Tea Hut was sent to me as part of a tea and magazine subscription and I would like to share it with you

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THE HUE

Swirling Mist Puerh has a deep but translucent orange hue that reminds me of an African sunset. The tea’s color is warm and comforting.

THE SCENT

The dry leaves of Swirling Mist Puerh have a dulled floral scent reminiscent of a wild flower garden after a warm spring rain.

THE SIP

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Without 2 teaspoons of honey, Swirling Mist Puerh is “air-y” and light. The fresh grass and soft butter notes are so dull that they almost dissipate undetected.

With 2 teaspoons of honey, Swirling Mist Puerh is completely lost. The honey overpowers the “misty” tea and I feel as though I am sipping warm honey water.

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