Nachos, salsa and China Cooked Pu Er Tuo Cha

Nachos, home made spicy tomato salsa and a China Cooked Pu Er Tuo Cha. 1 Tuo Cha, 350 ml of 80 centigrade water, steeping time 3 minutes. Let’s party

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