Solving Problems Every Tea Drinker Faces
15 July 2012 Issue #52:
IN THIS ISSUE:
>> How to Brew Delicate Green Tea (Offer To End 30 July)
In the June newsletter, I put three teas on Pre-Launch offer with 15% off...
If you are still want to take advantage of this offer, I have a bad news and a good news to share.
The bad news is that two of the teas - Lushan Yunwu AAA grade and Xinyang Maojian AA grade - are now out of stock.
I am really sorry about that.
The good news is that to avoid any further disappointments, I have replaced them with two other teas: Dongting Biluochun AAA grade and Xinyang Maojian A grade!
(In addition, you still have access to the Yunnan Gold Black Tea at Pre-Launch price.)
So here are the three teas at 15% off until end of July!
Dongting Biluochun AAA Grade - High Grade with Fruity Flavor
Xinyang Maojian A Grade - Perfect Tea for Beginner
Yunnan Gold Tea (Dian Hong) - Best Black Tea in the World?
Pre-Launch Offers are totally one-off. You only get it when we find a new star and launch a new tea. You get 15% off the usual price for a limited period of time.
How do you get the 15% discount? Simply enter promotional code xinyang30 during checkout. Or click on the link below to buy. Offer expires on 30 July.
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How to Brew Delicate Green Tea
All the three teas - Yunwu, Maojian and Biluochun - share one characteristic: the tea buds are extremely fine and delicate. To get the floral aroma or fruity flavors to come out, you need to take some care with brewing!
For the other teas I sell, I tend to use boiling water. These three teas are the exceptions.
A good starting point is to use a small amount of tea leaves with 8 ounces (225 milliliters) of water.
How much is small? I will recommend 2 grams for most teas, but for Lushan Yunwu tea, as little as 1 gram.
Pour hot water of 160 Fahrenheit (70 degree Celsius) into a glass. Slow drop your tea buds into the hot water.
Steep until most of the tea buds has sink to the bottom of the glass and the tea liquor turns yellow. This will take 5 to 10 minutes for the first infusion.
What happens if you don't have a thermometer?
Easy, dip you finger into the water. You should be able to leave your finger in without feeling hot.
Then infuse second and third times, or even more!
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