2009 Roasted Shui Xian

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

2009 Roasted Shui Xian

Postby Lerxst2112 » Feb 4th, '12, 17:34

I just purchased this tea here http://www.houdeasianart.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=78&products_id=1197&zenid=48e14911623d09cbe00053d0b32abb88 and am curious as to whether anyone else in the community has tried it yet. I'm just going off of a recommendation. Mind, a very reputable one.

Thanks in advance!
~Jess

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Re: 2009 Roasted Shui Xian

Postby debunix » Feb 4th, '12, 17:47

I really loved that tea, and posted about it here, though it's probably easiest to find my collected notes on steepster here (posting as teaddict).

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Re: 2009 Roasted Shui Xian

Postby brandon » Feb 4th, '12, 17:58

I thought it was not that hot at the time, so I stuck it in a closet. It is still there, maybe someday it will be like forgotten treasure!

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Re: 2009 Roasted Shui Xian

Postby Acaelus » Feb 5th, '12, 01:18

I think I'll order 2 oz of that then...

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Re: 2009 Roasted Shui Xian

Postby brandon » Feb 5th, '12, 05:34

Oh sorry, I did not click the link, I thought you meant the 2009 Wuyi Shui Xian. Ignore me.

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