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October 13, 2010


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I love bai hao yin zhen and it's light almost buttery notes. I like to brew mine gong Fu style in a gaiwan using a lot of leaf (1/2 of a gaiwan) and short infusions (starting at 30 sec and increasing gradually).

It really milks out the taste and I highly recommend it. Happy steeping!



It truly is a fabulous tea. I'll have to brew it gong fu style next time. thanks for the tip!

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