debunix wrote:I am just finishing off my best session yet of woojeon from Morning Crane, which I started at 140 degrees--a delicious light, sweet, first infusion; kept the temperature the same for the second infusion, probably the least satisfactory of all, for seeming to concentrate what otherwise was only a slight hint of overcooked vegetables; then gradually increased temperature and timing for a series of lovely infusions where that delicate sweetness remains the primary impression, with the overcooked vegetables vanishing completely again by the 4th infusion or thereabouts. I'm about to do one more at 205, to enjoy the sweetwater end.
That's what I have too, I liked the sejak better. I think I can't appreciate the subtlety of this, so I push the steep time or leaf/water ratio and it gets bitter. I like the balhyocha the most. This tea in general is simple but I think that's the appeal for some people.