Amatuer Tea Processing: A Day In The Life » Mauna Kea Tea

In Taiwan, they had a temperature and humidity controlled environment with good air flow to oxidize/ferment their tea – but my laundry room will have to do…

I let it sit under the towel for 3 hours before moving on to the next step.

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