Greetings and help please...


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Greetings and help please...

Postby willgreg21 » Jan 21st, '12, 20:55

Hi folks, I am new to this forum and new to Pu-erh tea. My friend gave me a hunk of Dayi 7562 a couple of weeks ago, and I was hooked on Pu-erh the first time I tasted it.

I have received an order from Yunnan Sourcing. I have a 2010 Menghai V93 Ripe tuo, a Yunnan Sourcing Yi Dian Hong Ripe Mini Cake, and a sample. I have no idea what the sample is...can some identify it please?
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Re: Greetings and help please...

Postby debunix » Jan 21st, '12, 21:13

It wasn't identified on the invoice?

That sort of vacuum-sealed packaging is something I've only seen with light green oolongs.
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Re: Greetings and help please...

Postby debunix » Jan 21st, '12, 21:16

And welcome!
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Re: Greetings and help please...

Postby willgreg21 » Jan 21st, '12, 21:35

debunix wrote:And welcome!

Thank you!

No, there was no invoice.
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Re: Greetings and help please...

Postby TIM » Jan 21st, '12, 22:00

willgreg21 wrote:
debunix wrote:And welcome!

Thank you!

No, there was no invoice.


This came from a friend on teachat? This seems to be a TiKwanYan oolong tea, light perhaps?
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Re: Greetings and help please...

Postby willgreg21 » Jan 22nd, '12, 00:37

TIM wrote:
willgreg21 wrote:
debunix wrote:And welcome!

Thank you!

No, there was no invoice.


This came from a friend on teachat? This seems to be a TiKwanYan oolong tea, light perhaps?


Yes, the mystery has been solved. Scott Wilson of Yunnan Sourcing has informed me it is indeed a Premium Grade Tie Guan Yin from his .com site. Thank you for your help.
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