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Sheng wild puerh of 1995

Sometimes a video is more useful than a long description. I've tried to show you how I've brewed this particular puerh today. Watching the video, I realize that I let it brew 2 minutes on this first brew. This may seem a long time for many of those who think that gongfucha = short brewing times (for the first brews). Show More Summary

Advice On Buying Fresh Sheng Puerh, 2008 Mengku Shuangjiang Wild Arbour King And Catching Up With The Ones That Got Away

Have you ever sampled a puerh, liked it, but by the time you go to buy it’s sold out? Of course you have, its happened to all of us. You never forget it do you? But have any of you had a chance to buy that same cake 9 years later? This is a story about making wrongs right again… I have a long history with this cake. Show More Summary

It Happened to me: A Puerh Drinker’s Worst Nightmare!!!

Warning the following content is graphic to drinkers of raw aged sheng puerh… It happened to me and (this is your warning), it can happen to you… I just happen to drink through a few cakes of approximately 10 years aged puerh, no big deal. Show More Summary

Review: 2011 Yunnan Sourcing Cha Qi

last yearFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

  Recently, I’ve begun to fall in love with young sheng puerh. Brewed with less leaf and cooler water than would be used in aged sheng or shou puerh, it offers crisp, fresh flavours with an aggressive astringency that I’ve come to appreciate. Show More Summary

Review: 2011 Yunnan Sourcing Cha Qi

last yearFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Recently, I’ve begun to fall in love with young sheng puerh. Brewed with less leaf and cooler water than would be used in aged sheng or shou puerh, it offers crisp, fresh flavours with an aggressive astringency that I’ve come to appreciate. Show More Summary

Blasting off to Planet Jingmai

2 years agoFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Most Sheng Puerh is known for being in cake (bingcha) form.  While it can also be sold in bricks (fangcha), mushrooms (tuocha) and in loose form (maocha), it is commonly recommended to stay far away from mini puerh (mini tuocha).  I’ve had my fair share of mini tuocha, and bad … Continue reading ? The post Blasting off to Planet Jingmai appeared first on T Ching.

Warming up with some Aged Sheng Puerh

4 years agoFood & Drink / Tea : The SipTip

First I needed to warm up from a bit over 6 mile, hour long run in the ever falling snow.  While it was an incredibly fun and miserable run at the same time, there is just something impressive about the glaciers that were forming on my eyebrows by the end of the run. Show More Summary

Puerh exhibition - Gaiwan practice

Brewing tea is central to any class about tea. On the second day of the Puerh exhibition event at Penn State, a whole class was dedicated to brewing methods for puerh. Teaparker distinguised between young sheng, young shu and old puerh. Show More Summary

Revisting Aged Puerh

5 years agoFood & Drink / Tea : The SipTip

Do not get your hopes up, I am still more or less hopeless feeling on a lot of Young Sheng Puerh.  I do not think it is horrible, I do actually enjoy it occasionally, but sadly that occasionally is once or twice a month, which at this...Show More Summary

Tea as a remedy for apathy

5 years agoFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Whether you have a long sacred relationship with "the leaf" or are an experienced drinker with a propensity for minimum-25-year-aged sheng puerh, the very fact that you care that much reflects greatly... Continue reading ?

Old puerh, plain mini cups, new combination

Change is a natural part of life. This is also how we keep our daily routines interesting: adding small variations. They can be tests, technical improvements, aesthetic changes reflecting our mood... For my mid 1980s loose sheng puerh, we turn again to the familiar view of my tea corner. Show More Summary

A new, finer 'lotus' qingbai porcelain by David Louveau de la Guigneraye

During my last visit to France, 2 years ago, I visited David Louveau and we started designing a cracked white tea set for shu puerh. Then came a qingbai set for young sheng puerh. These first two sets were a new beginning for David Louveau. Show More Summary

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