Ceylon Idulgashinna 'Blooming Mushroom' White Tea

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Flowering White Blend
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Organic
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A hand tied ball of silver tip white tea, possessing delicate fruity tones which become stronger with subsequent infusions. Tangy apricot notes become apparent with some subtle malt tones in latter steeps.

Sourced direct from Idulgashinna Tea Estate, a high elevation tea estate with international organic certification.

Tasting Notes:
- Smooth and light
- Sweet yet gentle fruity tones which grow in strength

Harvest: May 2015
Altitude: 1,800m
Origin: Idulgashinna Tea Estate, Haputale Region, Uva Province, Sri Lanka
Sourced: Direct from the farmer
Percentage of price going back to the farmer: 30%+

Brewing Advice:
- Heat water to roughly 85°C/185°F
- Use 1 ball per cup/small teapot
- Brew for 1-2 minutes

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I’m so pissed at myself. Today, I carried up my tea tray, some cups, and a gaiwan along with the last bloom from my room in the basement. I made it perfectly fine up the flight of stairs into the kitchen. I set the tray, with the teaware on it, down on an island and then as I turned around what did I do!? I knocked the gaiwan off the tray/counter. It could have been a lot worse; I could have shattered the entire fishy gaiwan. Instead I only chipped the lid of my gaiwan. But, a chip is still a chip – and this is a pretty large one. I’m so mad that such a small careless action chipped my shiny new gaiwan! Now I’m torn whether or not I want to try and replace the lid of the gaiwan or just accept it and continue to use it with the chip. Ugh!!!

But anyway, once I kind of got over the damage to the Gaiwan and switched it out for a different one I got back to drinking the tea I’d originally picked out in the first place. And, mmm! This tea is truly wonderful; and the smooth malt, cocoa, and apricot notes made it quite easy to forget about my teaware troubles at least for the time being.

I’d totally consider getting this tea again!

Rasseru

can you find the chip?

Rasseru

we were talking about the japanese art of fixing broken things the other day, i cant remember if it was here or somewhere else?

Roswell Strange

Unfortunately I don’t know where the chip went :/

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