auhckw wrote:I like this photo a lot
Makes me feel like eating up the leaves
That is a yummy looking tea.
There is no reason you could not eat them a lot of people do.
KC Lam wrote:I have tried the cooked version, it taste like red bean, like in the Japanese "ann pan" or the cantonese red bean soup. But a nice drink and for keeps.
Do a taste test yourself if you have any and let me know if my taste buds are screwed up.
Drax wrote:Interesting tea... It looks like it's the 100 year commemoration of the Xinhai Revolution? I got my history lesson for today, so that was nice...
I hope the taste lives up to the name...!
Drax wrote:auhckw wrote:Doesn't look so positive
Have you gotten to try it yet? What do you think?
Besides, he may be trying to deflate the market and then run it up later....