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Decided to brew this up more chinese style today by putting a lot of leaves in a glass and just letting it brew inside the glass. Try it this way! I wasn’t getting much sweetness and flavor out of this one with my gaiwan but now the tea seems much better. It’s a very classic Chinese green. There’s a scent of fresh cut grass and the first sip is pretty grassy. However, there is a nice aftertaste of sweetness and it lingers on your tongue for a few seconds after. On the second steeping the grassiness went away and the tea became much sweeter and fruity. Definitely can find some peach overtones

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180 °F / 82 °C 4 min, 45 sec
sherapop

I think that I will try it your way—my brewed pot was extremely faint in flavor…

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I think that I will try it your way—my brewed pot was extremely faint in flavor…

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