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What’s The First Tea Innovation in Thousands of Years? – Purple tea

Upon visual inspection, the dry leaves look like a twisted oolong to me. Brewing it up, it looks a touch darker than most of my green teas but not as dark as oolongs and blacks. If you want to see a bit of magic, add a few drops of lemon and watch the color transformation. I have to admit that I enjoy the taste. It’s without the vegetal notes of traditional green teas, but the flavor is sufficiently strong to provide an enjoyable experience.

Source: What’s The First Tea Innovation in Thousands of Years? – T Ching

Random sensory quotes

The major rock instruments and classical instruments were designed for performance, for sharing the music with an audience, and then later people put microphones on them and recorded them. But for electronic music, the opposite was true – they’re designed in laboratories, and later, we tried to put them on stage.

— Jean-Michel Jarre