How to brew: Liao Fu San Cha & 99 Chi Tse Beeng

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Apr 27th, '09, 11:23
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How to brew: Liao Fu San Cha & 99 Chi Tse Beeng

by Romance Writer » Apr 27th, '09, 11:23

I am totally new to Pu and need some direction on brewing the following:

This is exactly what is on my order that just came in from Hou De Teas:

70's Aged Liao Fu San Cha (aged, loose, uncooked)

1999 Da Du Gang Yunnan Yuan Bao Chi Tse Beeng

Any help would be appreciated. I hope these are "ok" choices to test the waters of Pu but I would love suggestions.

Sorry if this is a repeat of a previous post.

Thanks and I hope to become a Pu head too!!!!

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Apr 27th, '09, 13:54
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by tenuki » Apr 27th, '09, 13:54

You have a gaiwan or yixing?

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Apr 27th, '09, 18:46
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by brandon » Apr 27th, '09, 18:46

70's Aged Liao Fu San Cha (aged, loose, uncooked)

This is a very good tea, and you might be put off at first by the strong earthiness.
I would encourage you if you are unable to appreciate it now to hold on to it.

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