Aftertaste or Hui Gan can be described as an aftertaste. This means the taste “tail”, the impression that remains after the liquid has passed through the throat.

Some sources therefore suggest that the English term “after experience” would more accurately describe this feeling.

The taste speaks volumes about the complexity and quality of the tea. If we ignore it, we would fundamentally deprive ourselves of an essential part of the experience of this drink. Aftertaste can be similar to taste, but also quite different. It is also typically different in length.

The fact that tea has an aftertaste is due to the minerals present.

Because individual leaves undergo different levels of oxidation, different teas have different aftertastes.

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