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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Apr 30th, '14, 16:07

My dear tea friends today I going to present you something new because today you are going to read a the first double-VS-review on ZeroZen. And these are not the only good news. Because of you all ZeroZen reached again another 1000 exactly said 11000 ;). THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!

Todays reviews is about a Taiping Houkui from a German vendor called "Jadequell". The farmer is from China centered in the yellow mountains Shao Wu. One is hand made the other one is ironed but you wouldn't believe how different both are but just see for yourself just one click ahead on ZeroZen :)

And at the end there is an Englisch resume like always again ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/affenkonig-per-hand-vs-maschinell-gebugelt/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 3rd, '14, 07:55

Ahoi Tea-Folks, today is Saturday and also the first review in May 2014 on ZeroZen ;).

Today it is a very fine, massive floral and elegant Huang Jin Gui from the Anxi region in China. Based on some legends this is quite a famous tea and I was really surprised about his fragrance. How its taste was and what else I was able to find out you will see just one click a head at ZeroZen and at the end don't forget you will find an English resume ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/03/premium-huang-jin-gui/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 7th, '14, 12:56

Today we are getting old better to say 14 years old with a fine and the first Da Hong Pao on ZeroZen. This tea was marvelous and just amazing. But more and why this tea received a golden rating you will see just on click ahead on ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/07/aged-da-hong-pao/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 10th, '14, 07:06

Today it is Saturday and a very sunny one here in north of Austria by the way. Today we are getting back to the wonderful mountains of Wuyi. In this case it is a premium Shui Xian. How this little fellow develops his nuances and what else is important to say about you will see just one tiny click a head on ZeroZen! ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/premium-shui-xian/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 14th, '14, 12:40

A new tea review is now online at ZeroZen ;)! Today I am going to present you a fine delicate Premium Sencha from Saitama: Sayama Sencha by Mortia Tea Garden. At the end of the article you will find again an English resume :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/14/premium-sayama-sencha/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 17th, '14, 06:33

The rock teas from wuyi are again rockin the victory bell. Today it is not an old one but a hybrid DHP #105 between Tieguanyin and Huang Jin Gui. How this little fellow tasted and why it received an golden rating again you are going to read just one tiny click a head at ZeroZen ;) (at the end of the article, don't forget there is an English resume waiting for you)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/17/da-hong-pao-105-light-roasted/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 21st, '14, 08:03

Dan Congs are one of my favorites and in this case with this very Milan Xiang I was really looking forward to taste this little fellow. But an more and an English resume you are going to read just on tiny click a head at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/21/milan-xiang-dancong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby ethan » May 21st, '14, 08:39

Those round, short, double-walled "glass" cups look pretty. I have a taller vessel made of the non-harmful plastic. Are yours real glass?
Your doing a good job w/ the English "resume". Most of us would call it a summary, but we understand you.
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 24th, '14, 14:38

Hi Tea-folks and welcome to another tea-review on ZeroZen! Today it is some kind of a special occasion because this very review leads me back somehow at the beginning where I started with non-japanese teas. At this time a pinglin oriental beauty was one of the first non-japanese teas I reviewed. Back then this tea found his place on the second rank. The reason was easy: Deep down I knew that this couldn't be the end of the line. And I was right. Because now several months later another Oriental Beauty made by a Teamasters hand found his way into my teacups. And this time it went straight to the golden top. Why and what else I could tasted out of this little sweet fellow you will find out just one click a head at ZeroZen ;). English summary is at the end of the article!

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/meister-taoyuan-oriental-beauty/

@ethan: they are made of glass. Oh and thank you you are right "Summary" sounds way better :D
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 28th, '14, 12:24

Another Wednesday and another fresh and new review for you my tea friends. It isn't a secret that I am a huge Dan Cong fan and so it was a pleasure for me tasting this wonderful Gui Hua Dan Cong today. The outcome of that session you are going to read just one click a head on ZeroZen. Like always at the end I wrote an English summary for you my English readers :)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/28/gui-hua-xiang-dan-cong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » May 31st, '14, 06:56

Dear Tee-friends today is the last day in may and this very tea session turned out to be a really special one. First I didn't have much expectations because all the last Taiwan Oolongs I tasted were a bit to much subtle for my taste but this one was completely the opposite of them. But more and an English summary is waiting for you at ZeroZen ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/jade-cui-yu-oolong/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby Teaism » May 31st, '14, 10:17

Thanks for sharing. Great blog with very nice photography.
Well done!
Cheers! :D
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 3rd, '14, 18:35

Thank you :)
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 4th, '14, 15:16

Today is a special day or better to say a special review which is waiting for you to discover. I really enjoyed the last months with the assortment from the great tea house "Jadequell". They are specialized in Chinese green teas from small farmers. Very fresh and unique like this final and last double special review I present today. I saved this one to be the last of their assortment because it is also the first Longjing review so far. So there was a lot to say and also the English summary gained a bit on weight in its length. So I wish you a good time while reading and I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the last sips of those marvelous dragonwell teas from Jadequell ;)

http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/04/drachenbrunnen-qingmingqian-longjing-1st-vs-2nd/
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Re: My TeaBlog "ZeroZen"

Postby VanFersen » Jun 7th, '14, 13:47

Hallo my Tea-friends and welcome to another Tee-Review on ZeroZen! :) Today it is again an Oolong from one of my favorites regions: The Wuyi Mountains. This Tie Luo Han is one of the four famous and oldest teas from those mountains. According to its legend a mystical priest was responsible for this very tea. How it tastes and if the flavor of it is as magical as its legend you will see just on tiny click a head on ZeroZen ;)
http://zeroteazen.wordpress.com/2014/06/07/wuyi-tie-luo-han/
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