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Tea Tasting in Shanghai
Attributed to: Cheng Kuo Chun
Source: As related, Shanghai, 1980
Contributed by: Anon

A quote about tea that reminds us about wine which was told to us in June, 1980. The tasting of tea and wine have much in common and many of the words used to describe aromas and tastes are similar. One term used in tea tasting is briskness and this has a future in wine descriptions as making popular fruit driven styles needs a term to describe their vitality and freshness.

"In the springtime we drink Oolong tea because this tea is picked during autumn and retains autumn flavour. In the summertime we drink pan fried green tea because this tea is picked during the spring and retains the spring freshness. In the autumn we drink Jasmine tea as the best Jasmine flowers are grown in mid-summer and then the best tea is made. During winter we enjoy black tea as the deep orange-red colour of the tea warms us and reminds us of summer".


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