Useful Pu’erh Resources/Blogs — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #41

Some useful websites for your pu’erh journey.


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12 responses to “Useful Pu’erh Resources/Blogs — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #41”

  1. Thank you so much for the thumbs up for my filthy Pu rag. If I were to describe my style, it is Tea Filth for the Masses.

  2. Some expired blogs with content…

    I think that’s all of the high signal-noise ratio dead blogs that people might profit from reading. There are others, like John Grebe’s blog, but his is a bit narrow and didn’t last that long. Of course, there were/are a number of good Taiwanese blogs, but many of them got shuttered when Yahoo! shut down it’s blogging platform, so only people who’ve migrated onto other format still have content up, most famously that Urumqi dude.

    gotta google translate

    The other French blogs are too idiosyncratic to be that much of use. Particularly through the google translation. Still stone ages, for different reasons, in Germany and Russia.

      • Hi hgshepherd,

        Yes indeed. I considered shouting out this and TC as resources, but ended up deciding against it. Well worth checking out.


    • I’ll second the blog. Useful analysis on the puerh market and buying in general which comes down fairly firmly in favor of boutique western vendors over traditional factory tea. They do direct comparisons of year over year factory productions showing the decline in quality in recent years.

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