Flute Brewing Green Tea

Introducing an ultra stylish way of Gong Fu brewing for a sleek and minimal tea setup.

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I love to get the Gong Fu Guru out and have a long messy session but sometimes you want a simple and sleek setup without compromising on the brewing. Usually my go-to brewer is the desktop Connoisseur Tea brewer which is my best friend in the office, knocking out Gong Fu brews effortlessly and easily. In this video I introduce you to a fresh contender for your simple sessions - the Flute Brewer.

This is a fabulous way to brew in a minimal setup whilst appreciating the beauty of the brewing process. The way that it allows you to watch the brewing buds and leaves bob and unfurl is unrivalled and especially great for needle and long leaf tea. I think that it looks beautiful by itself - a little laboratory in its appearance with enjoyable, tactile ergonomics.

In this video I brew up a couple of special green teas which I highly recommend picking up. Some Kaihua Longding (Naked Spring) and an all handmade Taiping Hou Kui (Monkey Picked).

 

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Long Jing - Dragonwell

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