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I opened up my pumidor tonight, Is your Pumidor a closed plastic box? If so, I highly recommend not using such a box for long term storing, especially if the cakes are also humidified in the box. I would suggest a bamboo basket, or an unglazed clay jar, that some air can circulate. Strongly disagre...
- Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:21 am
- Forum: Fermented Tea
- Topic: What Pu'er Are You Drinking
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Been going to town on this 2008 Taste of HK cake from Yeeon. I know it just got in, and I really should let it rest but I’ve already had it 2 times. Has a really pleasing latte and gingerbread flavor.
- Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:18 am
- Forum: Tea/Teaware Vendors
- Topic: Yee On Tea Co. - 義安茶莊
- Replies: 53
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It's been a while since I had the time to brew tea, but I've been drinking the best taste ripe puerh over christmas, and it's a nice daily drinker. Quite simple taste, but very pleasant. Prefer this over the YS Hui run cakes as a daily drinker. Brought a jar of it to work :) Planning to crack open ...
At this time, the only Yixing teapot I own is a small modern "zhuni" teapot from M&L, but at some point I would like to experiment a bit more with Yixing clay, especially for Liu Bao which I like a lot. I wonder if pots like these could, as claimed, be expected to be well made with decent clay, kee...
The pot was bought as unused and I used it approx. 30 times now. Thanks a lot for your help! No problem to take more pictures, but the light get worse. ./download/file.php?id=7093 ./download/file.php?id=7094 This is not a F1 pot from the 1970s, the clay, workmanship, and shape profile are inconsist...
New pot! Thanks Bok ./download/file.php?id=7010 I am glad this pot is with you. If you didn't pick it up though it would be on its way to my collection. I would be lying if I said I wasn't somewhat envious. Enjoy it for me! Its getting lots of enjoyment so far :) I'll have better pics up on my inst...
- Tue Dec 29, 2020 2:43 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Exchange our "secret" teas
- Replies: 26
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Thanks, there appears to be some killer shou here that I will be ordering here in a minute. Geez, maybe I should have never come here, because a large chunk of my stimulus money will be going towards tea now lol Hahahaha! Their Liu Bao is nice too. are they going to make it through covid? If so I'l...
- Tue Dec 29, 2020 12:56 pm
- Forum: News, Publications, & Research
- Topic: The "Seven Sisters" magazines and their influence on American tea-culture
- Replies: 34
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Always interesting reading these threads!