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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by armin » Mar 15th, '12, 10:15

bagua7 wrote:
armin wrote:The pot is here...
Congrats on your new pot :) It's an excellent pourer and excellent shape for shou puerh. I wouldn't use that size for dao hong pao but for every day drinking puerh that you leave inside the pot it's far from being a gigantic size; it will also allow the tightly compressed leaves to fully expand.

Enjoy!
Thanks! I guess it's time to buy some puerh..... :)

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 15th, '12, 11:45

armin wrote:
etorix wrote:armin: used it yet? are u conditioning it first?

looks like a well-detailed pot, not seen good pics of her 200ml before
Hi Etroix, yes I boiled and conditioned the pot first... It's amazing how the tea has a different taste if brew in a pot :)

I am very curious now about green tea made in a Duan Ni clay pot....
Why green tea in a duanni pot?

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by gingkoseto » Mar 16th, '12, 01:02

chrl42 wrote:Did he publish a new version? I didn't know he had 2000rmb one..nope I'm not thinking of buying it. Best thing is when one finds a similar level :mrgreen:
They made a "collectors' edition" for... crazy people :mrgreen: There are some additions of contents, but shouldn't be much, judged from its size.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by armin » Mar 16th, '12, 01:10

Why green tea in a duanni pot?
I did a bit of research and everyone is pairing green tea with Duan Ni pots.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 16th, '12, 04:59

armin wrote:
Why green tea in a duanni pot?
I did a bit of research and everyone is pairing green tea with Duan Ni pots.
everyone?

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Alex » Mar 16th, '12, 09:27

Tead Off wrote:
armin wrote:
Why green tea in a duanni pot?
I did a bit of research and everyone is pairing green tea with Duan Ni pots.
everyone?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cyfbRz4ObFY


:oops: couldn't resist.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 16th, '12, 10:10

+1 :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by tingjunkie » Mar 16th, '12, 10:12

Stating the obvious, but Gary Oldman is the man.

My green tea goes in a gaiwan, unless it's Japanese, then it goes in Tokoname or a glazed banko kyusu.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 16th, '12, 12:19

tingjunkie wrote:Stating the obvious, but Gary Oldman is the man.

My green tea goes in a gaiwan, unless it's Japanese, then it goes in Tokoname or a glazed banko kyusu.
Glazed Banko? Perish the thought.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by chrl42 » Mar 17th, '12, 00:03

I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by bagua7 » Mar 17th, '12, 00:03

armin wrote:
bagua7 wrote:Thanks! I guess it's time to buy some puerh..... :)
I like so much that pot that decided to purchase "her" brother, the "qing shui ni" one. :P

Image

Cool pairing for shou puerh on a daily basis.
chrl42 wrote:I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)
The only inconvenience I see here is that takes an awful amount of time to season duan ni for green tea. I ended up giving up dedicating a small duan ni pot I got with me to green tea in a recent past for that very reason.

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 17th, '12, 00:39

chrl42 wrote:I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)
What kind of green tea?

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by chrl42 » Mar 17th, '12, 00:43

Tead Off wrote:
chrl42 wrote:I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)
What kind of green tea?
nameless, kindless one? :P

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by Tead Off » Mar 17th, '12, 00:45

chrl42 wrote:
Tead Off wrote:
chrl42 wrote:I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)
What kind of green tea?
nameless, kindless one? :P
Would you use longqing or ujeon in a duanni?

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Re: My first Yixing teapot

by chrl42 » Mar 17th, '12, 00:54

Tead Off wrote:
chrl42 wrote:
Tead Off wrote:
chrl42 wrote:I think green tea in duanni pot is not a bad choice...if the tea is affordable-ly priced :)
What kind of green tea?
nameless, kindless one? :P
Would you use longqing or ujeon in a duanni?
I didn't consider those teas?

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