Pu’erh (sometimes written as pu-erh) can be intimidating at first. I mean, there’s tea bags and loose leaf tea, but pu’erh is often sold in bricks, cakes, or in bird’s nest style tuocha like what you see here. Check out this video for a demonstration on how to brew pu’erh like this.
I’m not sure where I got this from — Golden Moon, maybe? — but it smells and tastes like aromatic sticky rice with a nice, starchy mouth feel. It’s a smooth taste that’s great hot or iced. Whether you’re new to pu’erh or not, give this one a try!