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"Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by armormaniac » Mar 22nd, '15, 12:06

I have a black Kyusu made by Maekawa Junzo, I've been brewing Sencha from Enjoyingtea.com for about 3 months or so.

I recently ordered some Sencha from Mountainroseherbs.com to see if it taste better, seeing as it's all natural and from Japan I imagine it would be. (I assumed the Enjoying Tea one is from China)

My question is if this if the mountain rose one is better would I need to "Reset" my teapot? And how do you go about doing that?

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Alex » Mar 22nd, '15, 12:23

Nope, all sencha goes in the same pot. 8)

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by armormaniac » Mar 22nd, '15, 13:24

Even if both Senchas taste different?

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Alex » Mar 22nd, '15, 13:41

Yeah. Just avoid anything roasted in there and you'll be good to go.

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by armormaniac » Mar 22nd, '15, 14:04

Sweet, thanks! That makes a lot easier :)

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Chip » Mar 22nd, '15, 17:23

... you can always rinse with hot water a few times. Not necessarily necessary. :mrgreen:

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Alex » Mar 22nd, '15, 17:44

Oh and I can't comment on the teas from that website but be sure to try o-cha and tres du japon

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by armormaniac » Mar 23rd, '15, 00:18

Thanks for the suggestions I'll check them out.

If you wan't to try tea from mountain rose I would highly suggest the Ancient Forest tea. It's a little robust but it's by far the most refreshing tea I've tasted so far.

https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/produ ... ea/profile

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Alex » Mar 23rd, '15, 05:03

Does look good. I only drink Indian and Japanese teas though.

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by Chip » Mar 23rd, '15, 09:13

Yeah, Yunnan greens tend to be robust. I am a little skeptical though, 500-2700 year old wild tea trees and only 32.50 USD per pound? But I do not follow Yunnan greens, so maybe that is in line.

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Re: "Resetting" Kyusu for different Sencha sellers

by armormaniac » Mar 23rd, '15, 09:58

I had the same thought, they make it sound like the forest is some protected zone but it's cheaper then the Sencha they sell. But whether or it's from a 2,700 year old forest or not it's still really good tea.

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