Bad news for Yancha

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.

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Bad news for Yancha

by Haddemall » Dec 18th 16 11:33 am

Dear friends,

Hurry over and read senior staff editor KZ's disturbing tale from his recent trip to Wuyishan.

Merry Christmas all.

H

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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by kyarazen » Dec 18th 16 2:06 pm

Haddemall wrote:Dear friends,

Hurry over and read senior staff editor KZ's disturbing tale from his recent trip to Wuyishan.

Merry Christmas all.

H
:D not necessarily bad. just complex :)

there's the "true"/"original" approach, where the tea is a clear reflection of the place it is grown in.
there's the aromatic/intensity approach, where the tea is a clear reflection of the most advanced farming practices and fertilizers to intensify aromatics, at the expense of other traits/balance

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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by bagua7 » Jan 10th 17 11:31 pm

It would be nice if the OP cared to post a link. Thank you!

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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by wei301 » Jan 12th 17 3:48 am

who is editor KZ?
where can I find the article?

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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by .m. » Jan 12th 17 10:14 pm


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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by wei301 » Jan 13th 17 1:37 am

Thanks for the links. When I click them, it shows :

"The web service to this account has been limited temporarily!
There is a server resource overage report open for this account in the User area. To remove the limits, please log into your User area and consider the options available to resolve the case."

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Re: Bad news for Yancha

by ClarG » Feb 8th 17 12:05 am

So what happened?