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HaiWan Wild Tea 99

0.0 stars 0 reviews
HaiWan Wild Tea 99

2015 Chawangpu Collection

0.0 stars 0 reviews, 2 comments
2015 Chawangpu Collection

Xiaguan Tuocha 2007

4.5 stars 1 review
Xiaguan Tuocha 2007

2009 Youleshan Tuo Cha Raw 100g

4.0 stars 1 review, 1 comment
2009 Youleshan Tuo Cha Raw 100g

2013 Chawangpu "Lao Yu" Xiao Bing Cha

5.0 stars 1 review, 2 comments
2013 Chawangpu "Lao Yu" Xiao Bing Cha 200g

2000 Shu Pu 7262

4.5 stars 1 review
2000 Shu Pu 7262

2013 White 2 Tea New Amerykah

4.5 stars 2 reviews, 1 comment
2013 White 2 Tea New Amerykah

NaKa 2013 autumn

5.0 stars 1 review
NaKa 2013 autumn

Kukitya 2013

4.5 stars 1 review
Kukitya 2013

Sencha Ohira 2013

4.5 stars 1 review
Sencha Ohira 2013

Shu Tuocha 2003

4.5 stars 1 review
Shu Tuocha 2003

BaDa 2013 - blind tasting set 1

4.5 stars 1 review, 1 comment
BaDa 2013 - blind tasting set 1

Sikkim Temi FTGFOP-1 Second Flush 2013

4.5 stars 2 reviews, 2 comments
Sikkim Temi FTGFOP-1 Second Flush 2013

Lao Banzhang 2013

5.0 stars 1 review
Lao Banzhang 2013

2012 Menghai "Spring of Menghai" Raw

4.0 stars 1 review, 1 comment
2012 Menghai "Spring of Menghai" Raw Pu-erh tea

Sencha Ohira 2012

4.0 stars 1 review
Sencha Ohira 2012

Kabusé Okuyutaka 2012

4.2 stars 2 reviews, 1 comment
Kabusé Okuyutaka 2012

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„gaiwan; 盖碗 - literally lid-bowl. A steeping bowl with a lid. They generally come in two or three sizes. The most common is 140cl/4oz. The lid is used to clear off any extraneous materials that may float to the surface on flushing and initial steepings. These (1 or 2) are typically not drunk. The lid is then used to partially strain the tea by holding it a little to one side as one pours the tea off through a fine strainer into a gong dao bei (共道杯) or decanting jug.“

Source Web: Zhi Zheng Tea Shop. Puer Tea Glossary[online]. Available on WWW: <http://www.zhizhengtea.com/>. [q607] [s78]

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