Wuyi Ensemble in a bodum glass...

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


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by Salsero » Jun 16th, '08, 10:05

My philosophy of life is that everything is better in a Bodum Pavina, double-walled thermo glass!

I don't think I would rinse it, though I suppose a lightning rinse might help and probably wouldn't hurt. How are you brewing?

And then there's the option of ignoring it!

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Jun 16th, '08, 12:20
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by Wesli » Jun 16th, '08, 12:20

I think that you're finally seeing what's always been there because you're just now using glass.

I would suggest using a filter if you don't like it. I use a filter for pu-erh and oolongs. I would NEVER use a filter for sencha/fukamushicha though.

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by augie » Jun 16th, '08, 12:25

Salsero wrote:My philosophy of life is that everything is better in a Bodum Pavina, double-walled thermo glass!
What, no pictures, Salsero??? I haven't placed my order yet, I can't find the 9 oz. Where did you find the 9 oz, Choice?

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by Salsero » Jun 16th, '08, 12:40

augie wrote:I haven't placed my order yet, I can't find the 9 oz. Where did you find the 9 oz, Choice?
Voilà
http://www.amazon.com/Bodum-9-Ounce-Dou ... 200&sr=8-1

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