A really nice Wuyi Tea from Tea Urchin. This tea is on the upper-end of the price spectrum, but would make for an excellent special-occasion tea.
Tea Urchin’s Premium Shui Jin Gui — TeaDB James InBetweenIsode Episode #28
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If you got vertical with your comparisons I think that’d be cool (like tasting 2012, 2014, 2015 all from the same vendor, labeled area and season). I wonder with the recent scandal with Misty Peak labeling certain tea this year “spring” material (when it might not have been this year’s material)…and if this type of comparison might be beneficial to the pu-erh drinking community.
This video might require a bit of editing to keep the time down between boiling and pouring the water for three different teas. I could also see it working for two teas, though with less data points there may be a risk of them tasting the same which might make for a less exciting conclusion to the comparison.
Try raw and cooked for awhile.
Hey, what happened to Denny’s InBetweenIsodes? He hasn’t had one posted in the last three weeks.
I like your perspective on the cost of higher-end tea. While $6 per session would be a lot for a tea you drink every day, it’s not particularly expensive for something that you might share with a couple of friends occasionally. Something that I really like, opening up a nice bottle of wine, actually costs quite a bit more. And the tea definitely won’t give you a hangover!
Thanks for the shout out!
I might have missed it, went back to see what size teapot you’re using and I missed it again.
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