Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan


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Re: Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan

Postby TwoPynts » Jan 14th, '11, 15:55

The dried leaf balls do look a lot like other gaoshan samples I see using Google.
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Re: Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan

Postby AlphaWhelp » Jan 23rd, '11, 17:31

That is without a doubt Dong Ding Oolong Tea, or at the very least, I own a tin of tea marked as "Dong Ding Oolong Tea" and it looks 100% exactly like that.
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Re: Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan

Postby TwoPynts » Jan 25th, '11, 11:12

AlphaWhelp wrote:That is without a doubt Dong Ding Oolong Tea, or at the very least, I own a tin of tea marked as "Dong Ding Oolong Tea" and it looks 100% exactly like that.


Ding Dong Ding! We have a winner!
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Re: Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan

Postby MarshalN » Jan 25th, '11, 22:27

Actually, this is just a generic "choice tea" sort of tin -- doesn't really mean much. Can you take a closeup of the small stickers? It looks like a dong ding though.
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Re: Red Tin Oolong - The Selected Tea of Taiwan

Postby TwoPynts » Jan 26th, '11, 12:03

MarshalN wrote:Actually, this is just a generic "choice tea" sort of tin -- doesn't really mean much. Can you take a closeup of the small stickers? It looks like a dong ding though.


How's this? There are no other indicators that I see on the packaging.

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