Maertin wrote:puerhking wrote:Having the 2014 Chiran Asatsuyu Shincha from O-Cha. Using just a bit less leaf due to the small size of the leaves. You know when you are at the bottom of a package of fukamushi and the particles are quite small....that's what this whole bag is like. Having said that it is still quite good with some deep umami and veggie notes. It is a little more straight forward and a little less durable, but none the less, it is a good value and worth a try.
Hello Puerhking, any hints to bes results with that one in terms of additional brews timing? The vendor doesn't inform about hem at all and as I never had any Chiran sencha before, it will need few tests to find out Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
I finished my package of this tea a couple of weeks ago. I could never get it to something I was happy with, though it was fun experimenting and learning about how the tea changes when changing the variables (obviously...but when I quickly get the variables right, I usually don't experiment as I continue brewing a tea, so this was an informative tea for me).