How to taste high grade TGY

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Apr 8th, '08, 05:47
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How to taste high grade TGY

by Oolong Tea » Apr 8th, '08, 05:47

Advice for tea sets choosing: Since lightly fermented tea has becoming popular in recently years, and the smelling of tea has attracting more and more people, so that we recommend china tea set(tureen should be the best choice)for it is propitious to make aromatic smell.
1. Apply suitable amount of tea(7g),then put it into tureen with boiling water.
2. Move foam aside with cover3. Pour the tea into the justice cup quickly (Figure
3. Place the strainer on the justice cup to sieve the fanning. Since the first tea is just to wash, not to drink, therefore fast-faster is better.
4. Using the first tea in justice cup to rinse strainer and cup
5. After washing, tea brewing second with boiling water, covered with lid
6. Water immersion 15 seconds, and then invert the tea to the justice Cup. Available according to each one’s like. Tasteless, then the time can be longer, vice versa.
7. Pick up the lid for the aroma
8. Falling the tea in the justice Cup to the teacup for drinking

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by Salsero » Apr 8th, '08, 11:37

:shock:

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by silverneedles » Apr 8th, '08, 12:32

bad machine translation???

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by Victoria » Apr 8th, '08, 12:42

I'm just shocked at the casual use of the "F" word.
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by Salsero » Apr 8th, '08, 13:00

silverneedles wrote:bad machine translation???
Ah, that would explain the peculiarly accruate yet wildly wrong lexical selections, like "justice cup" for "fairness cup" and "tureen" for "gaiwan."

Frankly, I think this post is one of the best things TeaChat has ever seen. "The Comedian" strikes again! I am also getting the impression that there are a lot of pedantic Chinese out there eager to teach us white devils about tea.
A good sign for international trade and US tea drinkers.

Victoria wrote:I'm just shocked at the casual use of the "F" word.

Am I to understand that you don't object if the context is sufficiently formal? :shock:

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by tenuki » Apr 8th, '08, 13:09

All the people with scales now know how many grams to use!!! Excellent!!

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by Libertatis » Apr 8th, '08, 14:53

my brain just exploded

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by fencerdenoctum » Apr 8th, '08, 14:58

While Fair Cup sounds more.....gentle I suppose. I do enjoy the term "Justice cup"

I could see some Wuxia flick about a tea master, and during the big fight, he yells

"DARE YOU DRINK FROM THE CUP OF JUSTICE?" or some such.


Maybe that extra caffeine was a bad idea.


The Tea Sipping Swordsman,
Fencerdenoctum

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