| ||I got a heating plate (you can see a corner of it in yesterday's picture) so I can safely heat my silver kettle without running a high risk of screwing it up. I noticed that a flame will help tarnish the silver, even just a little. I decided I'd like a more even and less risky method of heating the thing.|
I brewed some wet stored Vietnamese puerh today, and at first, used a tetsubin. Then, near the end, I switched to the silver kettle.... with a remarkable difference. The fact that they're different is of course not surprising, but exactly how it's different and what's different is, perhaps, still a little startling when drinking it. The tea comes out much cleaner in taste, and also much sweeter. Maybe it loses a little body, but it's definitely a different tea when using the differently prepared water.
I wonder how the Huangjingui will taste with the silver kettle. Time to experiment.
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