chicagopotter wrote:They ship out of the same address. I've tried a couple of their teas. Really like the Top Leaf. Really don't like the Master's Roast.
Chip wrote:I know they used to sell a lot of Guricha types which are more along the roasted or pan fired type green. Not sure anymore.
teaisme wrote:hum...longer infusions are definitely worthwhile with the top leaf (and I imagine others in selection that are curly)
Just went 2m 15, 1m 30 and so far I am enjoying them much more then say 1m 20 , 25 s
because these teas have so little bitterness it seems they do very well with longer infusions, deff picking up pleasant tastes that were not there with short brew
SilentChaos wrote:teaisme wrote:I recently had the opportunity to try their top leaf, and slightly lower temperatures with longer infusions definitely had better results as per teaisme. Not quite the grassy green goodness of the traditional japanese taste but considered on its own and especially considering the price, definitely worth it! I'm generally dead set on the traditional taste, but even I enjoyed it!