Tead Off wrote: ummaya wrote:
mr. Less wrote:how are teahabitats commercial grade dancongs?
i can imagine they are not as good as their single bush, but would they stand up to the dc's offered by jingteashop for instance
I still would like to try the very pricey from Tea Habitat but I have also wondered about the Tea Habitat commercial compared to Jing Tea DC.
Why not try both? Then you will really know the differences. I will also suggest the DC's from East Teas in London. They come in 20g packets. Emperor's Tribute and Peach Nut are outstanding to me. I liked them more than Jing's but Jing's are good. It's the commercial DC's you have to wary of. When they are bad, they are very bad. Some of the worst teas I've ever had.
Thanxs for the tip Tead off
in the past i bought some of imen single bush dc and it was great!
but i am on a little budget now, so i am hoping hers commercial grade will still be quite enjoyable.
but you are right , normally the commercial cheap grades are really nasty teas, i normally dont throw tea away, but in some bad dc cases....
will be checking out eastteas (or postcardteas) soon.