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160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Steeping instructions all over the place! Label says thirty seconds at 208F. Wikipedia says twenty to thirty at 175F. Various purveyors recommend three minutes (!) at 160-180F. First try: 6 gr at...” Read full tasting note
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From Tranquil Tea Lounge

Organic Green Tea. This Japanese tea is rendered brown by roasting bancha tea leaves over charcoals giving it a nutty and very accessible mesquite taste. The roasting process lowers its caffeine content.

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Steeping instructions all over the place! Label says thirty seconds at 208F. Wikipedia says twenty to thirty at 175F. Various purveyors recommend three minutes (!) at 160-180F.

First try: 6 gr at 175F for 45 seconds…
light, nutty flavor with kind of umami and faintly creamy taste.

Next try: 8 gr at 160F for 1:00: same flavor but more of it. Still seems a bit hollow though. Will try more time and possibly a splash of milk…

OK, got it! 8gr at 160F for two minutes. Super rich and roasty toasty nutty almost like coffee. I added a splash of milk and it tasted like a light, ethereal, summery cup of coffee. Love it. Can’t wait to wake up to this in the summer.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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