the more I ‘push’ it the b…
The better it is, at least for myself that the bitterness tolerance is ‘more enhanced’ than some others drinking more moderate style.
Some teas simply can’t be brewed, I think, brewed and drunk with long steeping times. Someone said the good bitterness won’t leave a unpleasant feeling in the mouth and rather dissolves into good aftertaste.
I had this tingling urge to brew Yuna heros tea since yesterday. I did it this, still, morning time.
Around brew 4-5 I forgot to empty my teapot and steeped the tea for several minutes and what happens? It is good for my taste buds and my ‘soul’. Even now drinking the 3-4th ‘prolonged’ steep some further and further interesting ‘things’ are popping up.
Ohhh man, pu-erh tea was made to age and drunk aged. How I denied this fact for many years. Old men or old age brings wisdom, a tea wisdom.
P.S. This can go on like ‘the more I brew it the better it is’. Ohh how many teas were ‘not finished’ or rather fully ‘discovered’ in my past?