Master Oolong

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


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Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Aug 2nd, '11, 13:40

Who of you drank oolong created by Asia Tea Master? What you think about this tea?

I drank seven teas created by master Lao Ming and two created by master Yoshiaki Hiruma.

This 2nd oolong is from Japan;)

Lao Ming teas:
1.Zh-1121,MB(middle baked)
2.ZL-1103,LB(light baked)
3.N-1103, N CHA( 蔫 茶)
special fragrance,since tea leave bited by insects
(organic tea),water temp.(80~85 degree c)
4.Y-1106,strong ferment
5 cs1: standard tea , fresh and clear .
It is fresh tea with a little fragrance.
after drinking, remains good smell in cup,
6 cs2: high quality, fragrance and sweet.
7 sm1: high quality, the best, sweet perfume , more roasted.

Yoshiaki Hiruma teas:
Yumewakaba 01
Yumewakaba 03
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Re: Master Oolong

by TIM » Aug 2nd, '11, 14:53

chado.my.teaway wrote:Who of you drank oolong created by Asia Tea Master? What you think about this tea?

I drank seven teas created by master Lao Ming and two created by master Yoshiaki Hiruma.

This 2nd oolong is from Japan;)

Lao Ming teas:
1.Zh-1121,MB(middle baked)
2.ZL-1103,LB(light baked)
3.N-1103, N CHA( 蔫 茶)
special fragrance,since tea leave bited by insects
(organic tea),water temp.(80~85 degree c)
4.Y-1106,strong ferment
5 cs1: standard tea , fresh and clear .
It is fresh tea with a little fragrance.
after drinking, remains good smell in cup,
6 cs2: high quality, fragrance and sweet.
7 sm1: high quality, the best, sweet perfume , more roasted.

Yoshiaki Hiruma teas:
Yumewakaba 01
Yumewakaba 03


How long have you been drinking master grade oolong?
ah.... and welcome to teachat! ~ Toki

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Aug 2nd, '11, 17:05

Welcome TIM. Im from Poland and my english is not perfect. I dont know what u ask.

How long I drinking? 17-18 brew. sometimes 20. 3/4 gram to gaiwan 150ml always 98-100 degree.....the longest brew has 1 hour and 10 minute

or

How long i drinking? 1st time i drank this tea 2 months ago.


sorry;)

thats very interesting teas.

all Lao Ming oolongs thats DD oolong or variants DD;)

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Sep 3rd, '11, 04:47

I drank this tea again. And I made a few pictures. 16 brew.

Pictures are low high coz I did it on holiday, where i havent a my camera.

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AFTER 2nd BREW

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AFTER 5th BREW (with my beloved gaiwan);)

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AFTER 10th BREW

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AFTER 16th BREW

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Thanks

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Re: Master Oolong

by Herb_Master » Sep 3rd, '11, 06:31

Chado,
where can one buy Lao Ming teas?

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Sep 3rd, '11, 07:52

U have to talk with master;) I havent him e-mail, coz this tea give me my friend.

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Re: Master Oolong

by Oni » Sep 5th, '11, 05:44

The tea I see in your pictures is a taiwanese high mountain oolong, it looks high quality and handpicked. How much does it cost, where is it from (the region in taiwan), and how was it made, oxidation level, baked, high fired or not etc.

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Sep 5th, '11, 08:37

Thats Dong Ding Variant. Thats only what i know. This tea is a gift. I dont know nothing more about this tea. Give me few days and maybe I find out something.

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Re: Master Oolong

by Oni » Sep 6th, '11, 01:28

If you liked it, than welcome to the world of oolong, these are wonderful teas, most of the veteran tea drinkers drink oolong and puerh, they are always complaining about the quality, that gets worst every year, because "if you make tea for money, your tea will taste like money".

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Sep 6th, '11, 01:45

Hmmm. I think Im not beginner, and Im not pro. I can tell how was it made, baked, oxidation etc. But in my nationaly language. So sorry. In 90% i drink only black tea and oolongs. Thats wonderfull tea, i know;)
Really, give me few days and when i have a time, a write something;)

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Re: Master Oolong

by djlau » Oct 27th, '11, 02:58

Who of you drank oolong created by Asia Tea Master? What you think about this tea?

I drank seven teas created by master Lao Ming and two created by master Yoshiaki Hiruma.


I'm a bit confused as to what the definition of "Master" is here. Usually in Taiwan, and some parts of China a tea master refers to someone who has a certain amount of experience making tea. Much like the guild system recognizes master craftsmen of various trades like woodworking. Do you mean master's who have won awards for their teas?

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Nov 1st, '11, 05:31

Mr. Yoshiaki Hirumy, comes from near Iruma city, Saitama prefecture. Hiruma has a remarkable plantation, which produced numerous award-winning masterpieces of tea. So I think, we can call him a Master. For me, it is. The same with Mr. Lao Ming, maybe He has some "title" , I dont know. But for me, he is a master. You can read something about this tea here:

http://blog.polishwineguide.com/2011/08 ... -lao-ming/
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Re: Master Oolong

by iannon » Nov 5th, '11, 20:12

Yoshiaki Hiruma is where i actually get my yearly dose of Temomicha. I did try one of his fermented oolong style ones..i think it was syansyan. quite different but nice

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Re: Master Oolong

by chado.my.teaway » Feb 28th, '12, 14:07

Herb_Master wrote:Chado,
where can one buy Lao Ming teas?


Now I can tell you;)

Is the only shop when U can buy Lao Ming teas.

http://www.fivestartea.pl/en_US/c/Oolon ... lection/43

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Re: Master Oolong

by Herb_Master » Feb 29th, '12, 19:10

Well Chado, I hope it is as good as the praises you sing of it, I have an order on the way.

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