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"Bitterness and astringency", it is the nature of tea after all, or the failure of brewing?

"Bitterness and astringency", it is the nature of tea after all, or the failure of brewing?

When it comes to tea with sweet and mellow style, such taste can cater to human's natural preference for sweetness and this tea is always easy to get consistent approval or praise, "so sweet, good taste". But when our taste bud feel the bitter and astringent taste in tea, someone can't help frowning and doubt, "well? Is the tea bad? Or is it a fail brewing?" Such "bitterness", which does not bring immediate pleasure, can easily be attributed to the defect or imperfection of tea, especially in the case of limited cognition. Why there is bitterness in tea? First, look...


Why is brew tea in the rainy day not fragrant?

Why is brew tea in the rainy day not fragrant?
It is an elegant thing to make a cup of tea and listen to the sound of the rain. But the tea that is brewed on rainy days is not as aroma as usual. What is going on?

What are the flavor of Wuyishan Tongmuguan Black Tea?

What are the flavor of Wuyishan Tongmuguan Black Tea?
Mt Wuyi is located in Fujian Province at its boundary with Jiangxi Province running along forabout SOOkm at an average altitude of over 1000mThe legend says that in the era of TangYaoa senior man called Peng Zu took hermitage in the mountain with his sons Wu and Yiwho first developed this areatherefore the mountain was referred to as Mt Wuyi in theirhonorYet other folks say that this was once the settlement of the ancient Minyue peoplegoverned by their King Wuyihence the mountain's name.

When we drink rock tea, what we're drinking?

When we drink rock tea, what we're drinking?
Also known as yugui due to its cinnamon fragrance. Rougui tea (after processed) has the following characteristics: tidy, curly, deep green and brilliant leaf, etc.. Dry tea smells a little sweet, but tea soap which is clear and orange yellow has a mixed fragrance of cream, flower, fruit, and cinnamon. It tastes sweet and mellow, and when you sip a bit, you’ll feel the aroma stay for a long time in your teeth and throat. The leaves in tea soap are light green inside and red around, as well as brilliant. There has left odd fragrance when the tea is made even four or five times.