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  • Taiping Houkui Traditional

    Taiping Houkui Traditional 2018

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Brewed it in a Ball jar

    Not as glamorous as using a gaiwan, but when I saw the ice-fire instructions, a Ball jar seemed to be a good choice for these tall tea shards in a vessel that would not crack with heat fluctuation. Strained it into a tall pitcher using a gold tea filter. I can definitely taste the apricot and grass tones. Just lovely.

    Karen Ager
  • Shiguping Wulong 2015

    Shiguping Wulong 2015

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Clean Summer Air after a Thunderstorm

    This tea found me. So I paid attention. Opening the bag revealed the aroma of grandmother’s kitchen on baking day. The brewed tea morphed from comforting to purifying — it truly has a broad range. There is a crispness to it that reminds me of the lightest sandalwood incense wafting from afar. I am on my third infusion and it appears the tea can steep for quite a long time with no bitterness. The taste evokes for me the cleansed and cooled air after a summer thunderstorm. The leaves bloom into perfect green foliage which I imagine look exactly as they do when they are freshly picked.

    Karen Ager
  • Phoenix oolong: Black Leaf Special

    Black Leaf Special 2017

    Rated 5 out of 5

    Gripping aroma

    What a wonderful aroma comes out from this tea leaves after the first infusion: subtly cream undertone with a marvelous sun dried peach, tangerines and flowers. I have enjoyed them as much as their infusion. Really extraordinary. Highly recommended for those who likes dried (non fruity taste) tea.

    Patricio Hurtado
  • Menghai Spring 2004

    Menghai Spring 2004

    Rated 5 out of 5

    A fine Shu

    Whether in the gaiwan or a common earthenware tea pot, this shu infuses dark and flavorful, sweet and inviting with no astringency to speak of. Re-infuses well even at 1g to 100ml ratio. Goes smoothly with savory meals and is very attractive on its own.

    M.

    Michael Eversberg II

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