Blending Yellow tea!

White and yellow teas are among the most subtle.

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Blending Yellow tea!

by Badi » Sep 17th 15 6:35 pm

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Hi!

I want to know, with whose other teas I can blend yellow tea.
I want to know more details about it!
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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by PolyhymnianMuse » Sep 21st 15 7:11 pm

Blending it with other teas? Why would you do that?

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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by Badi » Sep 23rd 15 9:19 am

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Because I had met many, many teas whose are blended of 2 or more teas!
Yellow tea is expensive tea and blending will reduce price.

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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by Bok » Sep 23rd 15 10:18 am

Those many, many teas probably tasted very average. If you have good tea don’t blend, if you have bad tea don’t drink it.
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Is a reduced price worth the reduced taste? You are just going to ruin a good tea! Might as well buy cheap tea in the first place if you want to save money and don’t care about the taste…

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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by Bok » Sep 23rd 15 10:20 am

Or using a different example: You could blend chocolate powder with flour, that would reduce your hot chocolate’s prize a lot!
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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by PolyhymnianMuse » Sep 23rd 15 6:47 pm

Agreed. Quality tea should never be "diluted" with mediocre tea. If you want mediocre tea, go with that. But to take a quality tea and blend it with a cheaper tea is kind of... Blasphemous lol.

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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by ablecha » Sep 24th 15 3:21 am

I think blending is only for better flavor
Example for Wuyi Da Hong Pao, usually we use Rou Gui with its speical rock charm and Shui Xian with its special soup feeling, as well as some other varieties, such as Huang Guan Yin with its high aroma.

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Re: Blending Yellow tea!

by Badi » Sep 27th 15 7:12 pm

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Is it already exist blended yellow tea and one of recommended tea?
Which tea has the best aroma?
Can I make more infusions when I blend 2 teas?
Which percent you recommend me of yellow tea in blended tea?

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