Oolong Color Continuum

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Oolong Color Continuum

Postby hop_goblin » Jul 27th, '06, 22:14

I have read a lot of post regarding what oolongs people should try in addition to a lot of yixing teapot questions (how many should I buy? How do I know which teas to dedicate to each pot) I think if you more experienced tea drinkers could start a post listing the most common of oolongs from light to dark and a brief description, it would definitely help us Novices out. Can you do this for us! :wink:
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Postby keelyn » Jul 28th, '06, 17:38

I think this is such a terrific idea! There's so much information that could be put here. I look forward to seeing some responses.
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