Monthly Archives: May 2011

Discussion on Long Jing (5b) – Long Jing and non-Longjing cultivars

Discussion on Long Jing (5a) is here.  The brewing method used here is the same as used in discussion 4b. But only 1.3g tea leaves are used for each cup. In all the photos, Wu Niu Zao cultivar is on … Continue reading

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Jin Jun Mei (金骏眉) 1:6

I sampled quite a few Jin Jun Mei products in the past year. Most of them are very enjoyable. Here are two of them. I single out these two because I think it’s interesting to find out how they are … Continue reading

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>Jin Jun Mei (金骏眉) 1:6

>I sampled quite a few Jin Jun Mei products in the past year. Most of them are very enjoyable. Here are two of them. I single out these two because I think it’s interesting to find out how they are … Continue reading

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Blog sale: some rare teas and new green tea

(Item 5, 6 and some free samples are still available. ) The teas for this blog sale are not sold at lifeinteacup.com (most of them are not sold else where either). Some of them I’ve obtained small amounts for personal … Continue reading

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>Blog sale: some rare teas and new green tea

>(Item 5, 6 and some free samples are still available. ) The teas for this blog sale are not sold at lifeinteacup.com (most of them are not sold else where either). Some of them I’ve obtained small amounts for personal … Continue reading

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Discussion on Long Jing (5a) – Long Jing and non-Longjing cultivars

  Discussion on Long Jing (4b) is here. In discussion 4b, I compared two Long Jing cultivars. In a later post, I will use the same method to compare a Long Jing cultivar (Jiu Keng group cultivar) and a non-Longjing … Continue reading

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>Discussion on Long Jing (5a) – Long Jing and non-Longjing cultivars

>   Discussion on Long Jing (4b) is here. In discussion 4b, I compared two Long Jing cultivars. In a later post, I will use the same method to compare a Long Jing cultivar (Jiu Keng group cultivar) and a … Continue reading

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>Concept Tea (9) – sheng with blended leaves of ancient arbors

>This is The puerh sheng that I fell in love with last year. Well, love should be examined through time. So I don’t know yet if it’s impulsive love. But this is the tea that got me excited, made me … Continue reading

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>purple beauty (Zi Juan, 紫娟) and anthocyanin

>This tea is quite novel to me. I would otherwise put it into the category of Concept Tea. But I didn’t, because I don’t like its taste. But it’s just me. I know some other people like it very much, … Continue reading

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