I'm relatively new to teas, but as of yet I've found that the Chinese teas I prefer most are from Fujian, including blacks. So what do you all think of Fujian blacks? From my brief morning perusing of the forum, it seems to me that they're rarely discussed here. I thought I'd bring it up.
For something wholly unrelated:
I just bought this Keemun,* largely because it was really cheap. ($5/4oz) That seemed especially sensible since I've never purchased from EnjoyingTea before. I'm wondering if anyone has had this tea, or, more broadly, if anyone has dealt with this vendor. (A search of the forum warrants a very curt and completely meatless discussion of them.) Perhaps some of the resident ocular experts can read something of its quality from the picture? (There's a zoom feature!)
*coughcough("Keemun... was first produced in 1875 by a failed civil servant, Yu Quianchen, after he traveled to Fujian province to learn the secrets of black tea production.")cough
a fan of nonsequitur in a signature,