Bana Tea Company’s liner notes for this pu-erh suggest this as the ideal “wind down tea” — get home after a long day, kick your feet up, and sip on some of the good stuff.
So how is it? Pretty good. Maybe not my favourite pu-erh from Bana’s collection, but then the standard is high over there. The tea smells of burnt wood or charcoal, though the flavour is surprisingly light: Gentle fruit flavours with a singing overtone of honey. This is a rounded tea — and yes, it does make a good tea for the end of the day.
A mild, delicate kind of oolong that sits very well on the palate.
A beautiful black tea with a subtle, nutty flavour and a hint of caramel.
Come and enjoy a pu-erh that starts slow but blossoms around the third infusion with a surge of sweet smokiness.