I developed a tea timer app for gongfu brewing long time ago
inspired by brewing Phoenix Dan Cong's where every second counts.
I is a real help at gong fu brewing (kung-fu brewing).
It was designed for help at your gourmet teasessions as itt can handle multiple different brewing times for each tea.
It can LEARN so you can reproduce the best teasession everytime. You can also record your preferred egg boiling time also...
If you like you can switch to a simple timer.
You can tap the time display for changing the time and use the tealist context menu for further possibilities and for LEARNING.
you can download it from play store.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... nNhdmF6Il0.
wyardley wrote:I think if you need a timer for this, you're probably brewing your tea too long.
This is not only a timer from the 1000 of the store !
Another interesting thing is collecting statistics. It will be interesting to compare the brewing behaviours...
I can also manage my tea collection with it!
If someone has a tea which can provide at least 10 brews, for me it is useful to track the brewings and note it for next session if the steeping was too long.
And you can use it for boiling egg also.
Following teas were brewed by the users:
1970 Da Ye Loose Puerh
1981 CNNP Tuocha Puerh
1992 Da Ye Loose Leaf
2000 Jing mai sheng puerh
2002 Fu cha ju aged sheng
2009 Ba Hu Cun Qiao Mu
Ai Lao Shan
Bai Cui Mei
Bailin Gongfu Black Tea
Buddha Hand Oolong
Dong Ding Light roast
Dong Ding oolong
Dong fang mei ren supreme
Gu Ming Xiang Nan Nuo 2007
Mao Feng Fujian
Qimen Mao Feng organic red
Ripened Aged Pu-erh mini Tuocha
Rou gui A
Rou gui B
Tie Gua Yin Iron Goddess Oolong
Tie Guan Yin 160
Tie Guan Yin 2012 autumn
Tie Guan Yin 300
Tie kuan yin 2008
Tie Kuan Yin 2011 autumn
Tie Kuan Yin 2012 autumn
Wu Dong Shan Dan Cong