Stronger than kudding?

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Stronger than kudding?

by funkmaster nice » Feb 14th, '09, 13:46

I'm in search of some dank tea. The best I've had so far is kudding. I love it. It doesn't translate to "bitter nails" for nothing :P Is there any tea out there that gets more intense than kudding. I would love to try it. I don't want to drink battery acid though :lol:

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by silvermage2000 » Feb 15th, '09, 15:25

Mabe a pur erh or something simular.

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by Geekgirl » Feb 15th, '09, 15:57

Lapsang souchang. I can't even smell the stuff. It's like getting hammered in the face with a campfire.

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by funkmaster nice » Feb 16th, '09, 11:51

Sweet! I'll have to try some Lapsang Souchang. I just love super strong tea!

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by Proinsias » Feb 16th, '09, 12:24

I recall Guang at Hou De Asian Art selling little nuggets of tea that were billed as a challenge for even the most seasoned tea drinker containing a sourness many would never be able to tolerate. I didn't get around to ordering any and haven't seen or heard of them since.

Some young sheng pu'erh when left a little longer to brew than it should have been can also be an eye opener.

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by Beidao » Feb 16th, '09, 16:03

Kudding oh my god :shock: have some at home but boy I would never brew them, what a night mare, have tasten them ones and I can only say: NEVER AGAIN

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by teaguru » Feb 16th, '09, 16:40

How about some Quassia Bark? That stuff is outragously bitter, but it's supposed to be a fantastic hunger inducer. I've got 4oz of the stuff and no real urge to use it, so if you want some, let me know! :D

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by silverneedles » Feb 16th, '09, 17:30

grind some garlic + ginger in it :X

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