best cheap loose leaf oolong?


Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.

Re: best cheap loose leaf oolong?

Postby jhole » Jul 6th, '11, 10:24

Thanks for all the great suggestions! I'm exicited to start trying some new Oolongs. Once I try some more and find out what I like best, I may splurge and get the higher quality stuff.

It's also great to find a place I can come and talk tea. Down here in Alabama people only drink sweetened iced tea. The idea of hot/unsweetened tea is completely foreign.
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Re: best cheap loose leaf oolong?

Postby fire_snake » Jul 6th, '11, 19:21

jhole wrote:Thanks for all the great suggestions! I'm exicited to start trying some new Oolongs. Once I try some more and find out what I like best, I may splurge and get the higher quality stuff.

It's also great to find a place I can come and talk tea. Down here in Alabama people only drink sweetened iced tea. The idea of hot/unsweetened tea is completely foreign.


A good Oolong is a force of nature. Truly. It's something special. It demands your attention, and when you give it, what you get in return is very satisfying.

Enjoy!

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