Takes few steepings to make this approx.0.5-0.7g "cha gao" tea paste start dissolve properly. Its very "user friendly" as you can easily control the thickness of each infusion and no need any strainer, since there are no leafs or dust. Special glass tea pots are designed go those "cha gao" but of course you can brew it the way you like or can.
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|Tea Material||Bush tea ( Tai Di Cha )|
|Season||Mix - Spring / Autumn|
We used 200ml glass gaiwan and made 8 full infusions ( depends how strong you make ) . The tea soup is sweet with walnut notes and warming like regular shu pu-erh.
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Not "the real thing"
While this has the extreme convenience that you just need to add hot water to get ready tea, I give * based on taste. And the taste lacks a fair bit compared to leaf-brewed tea. While drinkable, it is nevertheless like a pale photocopy of the original tea. Or like orchestral music played from the built-in speakers in a macbook. You can do it once in a while if you miss it and there are no other alternatives (vacation comes to mind), but for home use these just can't compete with leaf tea!