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EASTERN (PIN CHA) ★
Temperature: 95-99 °C
Amount: 3-7 grams per 120 ml of water
Steeping: 10-30 sec x 7+
Temperature: 95 °C
Amount: 2-3 grams per 250 ml of water
Steeping: 1-2 min x 3+
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The aroma of dry leaves is bright, and sweet, with honey and dried fruit notes. After warming up, the aroma goes into fresh wood, spruce, and resinous notes. After rinsing, the aroma transforms into exotic fruits, berries, and aromatic woods. A very deep and clean aroma with sweet and sour dried fruit and marmalade motifs.
The taste is soft, deep, and multifaceted with dried fruit and woody notes. The powerful 'Cha Qi' is felt from the first sips, revealing the potential of this raw material and promising a very deep tea experience. The tea has a long sweet aftertaste with a menthol sensation on the tip of the tongue. The amber color of the infusion is clear and thick, becoming more textured and dense after a longer infusion. As it unfolds, the tea amazes with its depth and strength, bringing satisfaction literally from the first bowl. It warms the body well and immerses you in a state of peace and harmony.