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Bangpen 2011

Bangpen 2011

The cup is full of freshly baked cookies, I inhale the sweetish tones with my nose deep inside a cup. When tucking my nose into a pitcher I will catch different spectrum of aromas, sugary fruity notes.

I like to preheat my teapot and warm the dry tea leaves before rinsing them. They will give the give the first aromas of the tea leaves. Very sweet and honey like with roasted notes. Like a fresh bread crust. Elegant, bitterish honey flavour hits my toungue and gradually my whole mouth is filled with pleasant mild taste. The cup is full of freshly baked cookies,  I inhale the sweetish tones with my nose deep inside a cup. When tucking my nose into a pitcher I will catch different spectrum of aromas, sugary fruity notes.

The shape and the material of the vessel reacts in different ways with ‘tea oils’ remants. Too boiling water in the iron kettle will spit out the water if not handled with slow motion.  The intensity of flavours, the thickness of the tea soup comes with the second steep. There are apparent more heavier tones of roasting almost like in coffee beans felt. And a very slight sour tones that I contribute to old and still some wild tea tree leaves.  A warm sun heats the back of my head and the effect of tea clears the mind of worries. Just the tea, charcoal, sizzling kettle and the sound of the wind.

 

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