Premium Silver Dragon

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White Tea
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160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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  • “I've had some good and some not so good brewings of this tea since I first logged it, and I think the difference is, as always, time and temperature. If I brew it too hot in the early infusions,...” Read full tasting note
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From Wing Hop Fung

They say this about the Supreme Silver Dragon White Tea on their web site: “A beautiful marriage of butter and chestnut aroma that yields a honey-flavored taste on the tongue and a lingering sweet finish.” This is the ‘premium’, presumably a step down in quality, although it looks virtually identical to the Supreme version.

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I’ve had some good and some not so good brewings of this tea since I first logged it, and I think the difference is, as always, time and temperature. If I brew it too hot in the early infusions, there is a really unpleasant bitterness that comes out. If I treat it extra delicately, as I did today, starting with water at 150 degrees and moving up to 160 only after 2-3 infusions, it remains beautifully mellow, richly sweet, a little floral and very vegetal, more peas and fat asparagus spears than asparagus tips. It can be an excellent tea for the price, if treated nicely.

Preparation
150 °F / 65 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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