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Himalayan Finest Flowery
A Pleasant Surprise
Although this may not be the best of all the Nepalese tea I have sampled, it comes in only second to the hand-rolled first flush Jade Moon from xx (Tea Hong: sorry we have to edit out the shop name), which is almost 3 times more expensive! The aroma, depth and complexity are all there, maybe only a touch less floral. I am happy to save the money for trying out more varieties.pucrettub
Dianhong Classic 2019
Complex and Unusual
Acquired tastes can be perplexing or intriguing, depending on your viewpoint. Count me as intrigued after sampling a pre-release packet of Dianhong Classic. The dry tea leaves have a strangely pleasant aroma of roasted cashews and aged cheddar. When infused, the scent transforms into something altogether different, vaguely akin to the fragrant flower, Freesia. Drinking this tea gives yet a third impression, the hardest of all to describe. To my western palate, it’s like stepping onto the moon – uncharted territory and taste adventure combined. Is it blood orange or river stone? Bittersweet or crystalline? I cannot describe this unusual, slowly unfolding taste. Thank you for the opportunity to sample one of the teas from your new line. For me, Dianhong Classic is a riddle that may never be solved.Karen Ager
Just bought this one…
Just bought this one…
Thanks for Yixing pot priming instruction http://teaguardian.com/how-to-make-tea/tea-accessories-yixing-teapot-1.html#.U_2X0kvVryc which many people neglect to follow, sometimes simply due to ignorance. This pot is for myself, not for my friend. And Bamboo Drum pot does look beautiful to myself, and I believe, also to those who know this feeling of attachment to the Yixing teapot like to old friend, partner and companion. And like with a friend – it take years do develop relationship. So the Yixing Pot is not a mere pet.
I have never experienced anything like this feeling toward piece of furniture or porcelain or etc….To Yixing only.
I have noticed that description is “Material: Wuhui Shao (Straw-covered low temperature refired)”…
– Does it means the pot been fired and then refired?
– High-fired or low-fired?
– How it affected the density?
– How porous is the pot?
– How thick?
Can you please point the direction where I can find more reading about this material and the process?
I did not mean to be annoying but buying online is difficult. The real look and touch are so important…
These questions is not about the fact that buying online $$ pot might not be the smartest thing… Leo’s reputation is known as well as his passion and dedication to his tea crusade mission…
These question is about what the mouthfeel will be like. Thick or smooth… Thinner or sharper…It might be that a high temperature fired pot will not absorb any liquids or wick subtle flavors and aromas, a lower firing pot will…Oleksandr Lyashenko
Bell Shape Utility Gaiwan
I thought I was going to be the first one to write a review for this one but found someone else ahead of me 🙁 Anyway, this is the best quality I can get for this price, even when compared to the shops I know in China!