My Wuyi Oolong Problem - Help Needed

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


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Re: My Wuyi Oolong Problem - Help Needed

by the_economist » Jan 26th, '13, 00:49

I think gasninja might've meant rough in the sense of giving you the stomach rumbles due to hunger, not texture!

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Re: My Wuyi Oolong Problem - Help Needed

by JRS22 » Jan 26th, '13, 12:02

Tead Off wrote:Really? I found it very smooth, flavorful, and delicious to drink. Maybe, just maybe, it's that Korean teapot I use to brew it in. :D


All my wuyi experiments are done in Korean teapots - they improve good teas but apparently can't save a disappointing one.

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Re: My Wuyi Oolong Problem - Help Needed

by Tead Off » Jan 26th, '13, 12:37

JRS22 wrote:
Tead Off wrote:Really? I found it very smooth, flavorful, and delicious to drink. Maybe, just maybe, it's that Korean teapot I use to brew it in. :D


All my wuyi experiments are done in Korean teapots - they improve good teas but apparently can't save a disappointing one.


All too true.

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