Brewing Yabao?


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Brewing Yabao?

Postby Joel Byron » Feb 15th, '13, 20:51

I've got a little bit left of some Yabao white tea and I'd like to experiment with the brewing parameters. I've seen wildly different methods on forums. Anyone got any advice?
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Re: Brewing Yabao?

Postby chado.my.teaway » Feb 16th, '13, 06:48

yeah. my method.

few grams
1st brew 90 degrees 1,5 min
2nd brew 98 degrees 3 min
3rd brew 98 degrees 6 min

Ya Bao its weird for me. Spicy...sweety...like a pine needles...but sometimes i like drink it.
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Brewing Yabao?

Postby Jspigs » Feb 16th, '13, 11:32

I have found yabao to respond favorably to any brewing condition. I literally have been unable to brew it poorly. One time I tried boiling it for 15 minutes give or take and it still tasted great. This teas resilience puzzles me greatly. I have found it to respond best when brewed like the average white tea.
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