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De Theefabriek

Last Updated: Jun. 6, 2017

About De Theefabriek

De Theefabriek, meaning The Tea Factory, is a tea company based in the Netherlands, running a tea museum, a tea room, and a tea shop that has sells tea both in a retail storefront and online.

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Kokeicha (g)

Style: Kokeicha – Region: Japan
Jul. 3rd, 2018

I have no idea if I'm doing this right; I may update my review if there are any developments.

The loose tea is visually very interesting. Small dark green "sprinkles" that I believe I'm supposed to put directly into the cup and add hot water. They partly dissolve, making the liquid a lovely murky swamp green.
I am ...

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48 / 100
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The first thing that struck me is that it looks and smells exactly like gunpowder tea, even though it isn't called that anywhere. It's not a problem, I even have an idea why one might not want to market gunpowder tea as gunpowder tea (if that really is what this is). The origin and a name might sound more enticing that...

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56 / 100
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Turkije (z)

Style: Black Tea – Region: Turkey
Oct. 31st, 2017

This is interesting. This tea, which shouldn't be flavoured in any way, smells and tastes like forest fruit flavoured black tea. Here I was worried that I'd kept it too close to a package of lapsang souchong - the outside of this bag smells like smoke now and it isn't airtight - but I don't really taste any smokiness.

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57 / 100
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Black Gunpowder (z)

Style: Black Gunpowder – Region: Fujian, China
Oct. 19th, 2017

The dry leaves are a lovely dull brown colour. I just really like the look of them.

I'm having slightly mixed feelings. It is flowery as advertised, but it's also a bit "dull" in a way that cheap teabags often are. Maybe I used too much tea or let it steep for too long. Or maybe too many leaves and not steeped long ...

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71 / 100
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Jinxuan (o)

Style: Jade Oolong – Region: Thailand
Oct. 17th, 2017

I'm still struggling with tightly-rolled green oolongs, but when I do get this one right, it tastes amazing. It's extremely smooth and slightly sweetish. It has just a hint of something that reminds me of green tea. It's silky soft and a bit sweet when I get it right, but sour if I do it wrong (for example, if I use to...

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Style:Jade Oolong
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Style:Green Tea
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Style:Dragon Well (Long Jing)
Region:Zhejiang, China
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Style:Young Hyson
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