Liu An

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.


Mar 14th, '14, 11:20
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Re: Liu An

by quikstep » Mar 14th, '14, 11:20

Just wondering, is there a better way to store Lui An than the leaky basket? Some times some tea leaves end up on the floor and eventually into my baby's tummy :(

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Mar 14th, '14, 11:33
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Re: Liu An

by Teaism » Mar 14th, '14, 11:33

You can put them in glass container or ziplock bag. Make sure you keep with the bamboo leaves that comes with the basket. Normally the tea is brewed with some small pieces of bamboo leaves. This is how I normally keep them.

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Mar 15th, '14, 01:46
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Re: Liu An

by jayinhk » Mar 15th, '14, 01:46

I don't have any bamboo leaves with the loose liu an I bought, but I do have a nice bamboo cup that I may try drinking it out of. :)

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