The White-tipped Yinzhen is a tea peculiar to China. It is covered with white hair. Its making requires neither frying nor rolling.
Tea set preparation
Put the entire tea set on a simple stone platform: stone tea tray, ceramic tea stove, ceramic tea can, ceramic baking pot, ceramic tea bowl, ceramic teacup, ceramic teaboard, a tea tree branch for stirring, bamboo tea spoon, bamboo tea stick, and cast-iron kettle.
Baking the pot
Light the tea stove, put the baking pot on the stove to bake it dry. The heating should be even and the baking temperature should not be too high.
Put the White-tipped Yinzhen Tea into the heated pot.
Baking the tea
Bake the tea in the baking pot until the aroma comes forth.
Smelling the aroma
Smell tea aroma and judge if the dry tea is properly baked.
Into the bowl
Put the baked White-tipped Yinzhen Tea into the bowl.
Pour the boiling water from a high position into the ceramic tea bowl.
Stirring the tea soup
Use the tea tree branch to stir the tea soup and make the tea taste thick and full.
Tea soup allocation
Evenly allocate the stirred tea soup to the teacups.
Presenting the tea
Firmly hold the teaboard with both hands and present the tea to the guests.