jaylorgator wrote:Probably something greener from Taiwan.
I have little experience of Green Oolongs from Taiwan my taste preferences are for something bolder from Feng Huang and Wuyi, but I do like the Tie Guan Yin from Wanling UK. I especially like the Jiu Jiu Jiu
which has an everlasting taste.http://www.wanlingteahouse.com/product.php/215/jiu-jiu-jiu-guan-yin-spring-2011
Apart from some cheap commercial grade Taiwan Oolongs which I tried 5 years ago [Dong Ding, Pouchong] I had not been back to try any Taiwan Oolongs until earlier this year. I visited Hojo in his shop and between his assistant Natalie and Himself they tried a few different teas on me judged my reactions then Hojo brewed this for me -Deep Fermented Dong Ding Oolonghttp://hojotea.com/item_e/o34e.htm
It was superb so I bought some
If that seems not green enough for you then his New - Tian Chi Li Shan
should be wonderfulhttp://hojotea.com/item_e/o18e.htm
Many Tea Chatters rave about the Taiwan Oolongs procured by Stephane at Teamasters - from what I gather nearly all of them are stunninghttp://teamasters.blogspot.com/2005/07/tea-masters-blog-selection.html#comments/
Others consistently give great reviews on Taiwan Oolongs from Floating Leaveshttp://www.floatingleavestea.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=16&zenid=951aca7ece5325bcafcf6ba4f5c16b46
Oni on the other hand is always singing the praises of Gordon/[Idlu]'s Nonpareil Tie Guan Yin
from ebay Dragon Tea Househttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nonpareil-Tie-Guan-Yin-Oolong-Tea-100g-3-5-oz-/230494930960?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item35aa918810
All should provide excellent drinking!