This episode, Denny and I drink a semi-aged Gongmei (white tea) from White2Tea. The tea is still on the lighter, floral and fluffy end and great for this time of year. Read More
This subject is familiar to most related to sheng and shu pu’er: Both have long since been pressed into cakes (bings), tuochas (dented ball shapes, kind of), bricks, “dragonballs,” coins, and other shapes. This will focus on scope outside of pu’er, since those are more commonly encountered. The common understanding … Continue reading
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What is a Tea Processing Chart? What is a tea processing chart? A tea processing chart refers to a chart that shows the processing steps that different tea types go through after being plucked and before they reach your cup as a means of tea classification. Tea processing charts have been essential items in the [...] Read More