Just went onto the rishi site, that tgy is not organic. It's also a Taiwanese take on a tgy (not that it's a bad thing, but...)
nataly wrote:Also, what other oolong do you think I should try?
You could get http://www.jingteashop.com/pd-jing-tea-shop-aljtgya.cfm
25g or 50g* sample of green, med, and dark to see which you like
The AAA was very tasty, I haven't tried the A or AA though.
Here is the entry wuyi oolong. Might be worth getting 50g or so to see if you enjoy this style of tea.http://www.jingteashop.com/pd-jing-tea- ... ng-dhp.cfm
Their dancongs are pretty good too, though not listed as organic. Maybe get a 25g small sample of one or two to try out.
As tempting as the everyday dancong may be, this years was not very impressive to me compared to a couple years back. In hindsight this year I would have rather had a 25g sample of something else. But last time (year or two ago) it was more decent and well worth it in my eyes.
Red tea taster in case interested, I enjoyed it http://www.jingteashop.com/pd-jing-tea- ... taster.cfm
*50g samples are almost 1/2 the price of 100g so it's your best value for your money if you just want to try and not commit to 100g. The 25g samples are significantly more then 1/4 the price of 100g.
Any way you go should be alright as long as you feel comfortable going that way. Their teas are pretty solid from what I have ordered so far.