looking for some wuyi yancha?

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


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looking for some wuyi yancha?

by silverneedles » Oct 27th, '08, 20:47

hi hi
looking for a wuyi yancha that is not heavily roasted = no charcoal, and its got some "chocolate" overtones and smooth silky feeling.

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by tenuki » Oct 27th, '08, 21:01

First one that comes to mind is red blossom's golden buddha.

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by silverneedles » Oct 28th, '08, 09:38

rou gui and DHP are more heavily roasted ?

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by Salsero » Oct 28th, '08, 09:39

silverneedles wrote: rou gui and DHP are more heavily roasted ?
Typically. The "chocolate" overtones come with the roasting.

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