Rose Oolong Tea


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Rose Oolong Tea

Postby hueihuei » Oct 30th, '07, 00:29

Today, I'm very happy and excited!
I found a kind of amazing flavored teabags--Rose Oolong teabags.
When you drinks oolong, you will be accompanied by rose fragrance.
That's wonderful! :lol:
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Postby Wesli » Oct 30th, '07, 00:45

Hehe. It's really great once you find that tea that just hits the spot, isn't it. For me that tea is FUKAMUSHI. Deep steamed Kagoshima leaf brewing up a deeply virescent cup that saturates your taste buds with a sweetness no other tea comes close to.
:D
You should really try it!
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Postby skywarrior » Oct 30th, '07, 01:11

FataliTEA wrote:Hehe. It's really great once you find that tea that just hits the spot, isn't it. For me that tea is FUKAMUSHI. Deep steamed Kagoshima leaf brewing up a deeply virescent cup that saturates your taste buds with a sweetness no other tea comes close to.
:D
You should really try it!


Green tea pusher!!! :lol:
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Postby Chip » Oct 30th, '07, 01:30

Welcome to the forum, hueihuei.

Wow, all the way from Taiwan...

Fatal, I imagine fukamushi is as rare in Taiwan as...well, I can't actually think of a good analogy...Keemun in Tokyo???
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Postby Wesli » Oct 30th, '07, 02:40

You must be right Chip, but what is the internet for if not FUKAMUSHI?
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Postby Mary R » Oct 30th, '07, 17:39

Mmmm...I *love* my rose scented black teas and I've been eyeing a rose oolong on TeaCuppa's site for ages now. One day I'll break my "Don't spend money!" resolve and get it.
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Postby divintea » Dec 5th, '07, 18:19

These sound great! Any certain brands I should look out for?
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Postby Victoria » Jan 9th, '08, 20:02

Mary, I'm eying that Rose too. Next time I order I'm at least getting a small size.

hueihuei, where did you find the bags?
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Postby yukondoit » Jan 13th, '08, 10:58

My favorite rose oolong is SerendipiTea's Cotillion. It is sooooo delicious, definitely one of my favorites.
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