Origin: Yunnan, China. The sticky rice tuo cha has been smoked with the Nuo Mi Xiang herb to impart a sweet rice fragrance to the puerh. The sticky rice tuo cha has a heavier sweet rice fragrance than the sticky rice cake. Some customers prefer a stronger rice fragrance, some prefer a greater balance with the natural fragrance of the puerh coming out stronger in the steep. Perfect dieter's tea. Enjoy the pleasurable fragrance of rice without the calories! All shou puerh is excellent for digestive tea due to fermentation.
The tuo cha format is a compressed mini-cake format for convenience and ease of transport. One ounce includes approximately 5 tuo chas. Each tuo cha can yield at least 5 cups of tea, depending on taste preference.
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I just brewed one of these elegant little tea cakes today. I was astounded-for a Puerh it produced a red, ruddy, dark tea that smelled and tasted richly of sweet rice. Absolutely delicious, and it produced about six good steeps of good, rich tea. Highly recommended!