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Purion

by Puerh3 » Jun 30th 18 8:02 pm

Hi!

What you guys are thinking about purion? Is it natural or there some chemical in it?

I am looking into buying lin’s purion kettle.

I already got a lin’s gong fu cha and It seem nice!

Thank you!

Cheers!

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Jul 9th 18 11:41 am
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Re: Purion

by OCTO » Jul 9th 18 11:41 am

The Purion kettle boils a little softer compared to the cast iron kettle.

So far no main issues using one. I would usually rotate it with my cast iron for a different dimension to the brew.

Cheers!


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Re: Purion

by Puerh3 » Jul 12th 18 2:19 am

OCTO wrote: The Purion kettle boils a little softer compared to the cast iron kettle.

So far no main issues using one. I would usually rotate it with my cast iron for a different dimension to the brew.

Cheers!


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Cool! I am looking to buy a kettle!
I love my purion gong fu :)

Cheers!!

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Re: Purion

by andresito » Jul 12th 18 9:27 am

OCTO wrote: The Purion kettle boils a little softer compared to the cast iron kettle.

So far no main issues using one. I would usually rotate it with my cast iron for a different dimension to the brew.
Do you use a gaiwan when you use purion kettle? Or do you use it with yixing (and if so, which type of yixing clay do you like to use purion with?)

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Re: Purion

by OCTO » Jul 12th 18 12:29 pm

andresito wrote:
OCTO wrote: The Purion kettle boils a little softer compared to the cast iron kettle.

So far no main issues using one. I would usually rotate it with my cast iron for a different dimension to the brew.
Do you use a gaiwan when you use purion kettle?
I always use GaiWan to test/cup tea that I first receive before moving on to using teapots. Irregardless of what kettle I use. Each kettle made of different materials gives you different dynamics and dimension to the tea you brew. I prefer to match kettle to tea rather than kettle to pot.

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Or do you use it with yixing (and if so, which type of yixing clay do you like to use purion with?)[/quote]

I use my Purion kettle with any Yixing teapot which best matches my tea brewed with water boiled with the Purion kettle.

Using a standard stainless steel / aluminum kettle as a benchmark, I would say the Purion boils water a little sweeter and smoother to the pallets. The kettle achieves a boil faster than the cast iron, but slower than induction.

Hope this helps... cheers!




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