some dragon well help....

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

User avatar
Sep 30th, '07, 13:26
Posts: 345
Joined: Apr 9th, '07, 15:31
Location: Texas
Contact: tomasini

by tomasini » Sep 30th, '07, 13:26

somewhere between 170 and 180 for 3 minutes makes my heart sing

User avatar
Sep 30th, '07, 16:30
Posts: 1578
Joined: Jun 8th, '07, 13:00
Location: 3161 A.D.
Contact: Wesli

by Wesli » Sep 30th, '07, 16:30

Try 1.5 minutes, and let me know how that goes.

Sep 30th, '07, 21:32
Posts: 6
Joined: Sep 28th, '07, 21:54
Location: Chicago, IL
Contact: madman91

Re: some dragon well help....

by madman91 » Sep 30th, '07, 21:32

amanojakumo wrote:I'm fast depleting my sample of dragon well, but I don't think I've gotten a really good brew out of it yet. There always seems to be a tiny bite of bitterness as an aftertaste. I've tried:

3g / 180f / 3min per 8oz water
3.5g / 170f / 2-3min per 8oz water
3.5g / 160f / 2min per 8oz water

More/less tea? More/less time? Higher/lower temp?
Slight thread hijack.. do you weigh your tea before brewing?

+ Post Reply