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" The next part of the process is exactly the same as in the manipulation of green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes, and then rolled upon the rattan table. "
Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ... - Página 175
por United States. Congress. Senate - 1858
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volumen8,Parte4

United States. Congress. House
...spread upon large bamboo mats or trays, and are allowed to lie in this state for a considerable lime. If brought in at night, they remain upon the trays...about five minutes, and rolled upon the rattan table. Alter being rolled, the leaves are thinly shaken out on sieves, and exposed to the air out of doors....
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen75

1854
...they allowed to lie long in this state; and sometimes they are taken at once to the roasting-pan, " The next part of the process is exactly the same as...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for abont five minntes, and then rolled upon the rattan-table. " After being...
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The Youth's instructer [sic] and guardian, Volumen16

1852
...longer. When examined at the end of this time, they appear to have undergone a slight change in colour, are soft and moist, and emit a fragrant smell. The...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted lor about five minutes, and then rolled upon the ratan-table. After being rolled,...
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A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ...

Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 páginas
...longer. When examined at the end of this time, they appear to have undergone a slight change in colour, are soft and moist, and emit a fragrant smell. The...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes and then rolled upon the rattan table. After being rolled,...
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The National Magazine, Volumen13

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858
...they arc taken at once to the roatting-paii. The next part of the process is exactly the зате аз in the manipulation of green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes, and then rolled upon the rattan-table. After being rolled,...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volumen1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1854 - 654 páginas
...are they allowed to lie long in this state, and sometimes they are taken at onee to the roasting-pan. The next part of the process is exactly the same as...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about flvo minutes, and then rolled upon the rattan-table. After being rolled,...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volumen1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1855
...are they allowed to lio long in this state, and sometimes they are taken at once to the roasting-pan. The next part of the process is exactly the same as In tho manipulation of green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron psn, where they are roasted for about...
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THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE.

JAMES F. JOHNSTON, M.A., F.R.S. F.G.S. - 1856
...are they allowed to lie long in this state, and sometimes they are taken at once to the roasting-pan. The next part of the process is exactly the same as...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes, and then rolled upon the rattan-table. After being rolled,...
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The Chmeistry of Common Life: Illustrated with Numerous Wood Engravings

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1859
...are they allowed to lie long in this state, and sometimes they are taken at once to the roasting-pan. The next part of the process is exactly the same as...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an Iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes, and then rolled upon the rattan-table. After being rolled,...
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What We Eat: An Account of the Most Common Adulterations of Food and Drink ...

Thomas H. Hoskins - 1861 - 218 páginas
...are they allowed to lie long in this state, and sometimes they are taken at once to the roasting-pan. The next part of the process is exactly the same as...green tea. The leaves are thrown into an iron pan, where they are roasted for about five minutes, and then rolled upon the table. After being rolled,...
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