Organic Dan Cong?

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Re: Organic Dan Cong?

Postby Bakkoi » Jul 28th, '12, 22:57

As I was asking for links to vendors, it was relevant to the discussion. Was it really necessary to remove it?

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Re: Organic Dan Cong?

Postby Chip » Jul 29th, '12, 00:05

Bakkoi wrote:As I was asking for links to vendors, it was relevant to the discussion. Was it really necessary to remove it?

I this case, absolutely yes.

(not to mention I believe the vendor does not even sell organic DC)

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Re: Organic Dan Cong?

Postby iovetea » Jul 29th, '12, 06:55

Tead Off wrote:
Bakkoi wrote:Short and sweet like a gong-fu brew: where can I buy organic Dan Cong besides Hojo?

You might find some at http://www.postcardteas.com in London under Master Teas. You should ask them specifically if any are organic but they carry high end dancong.


its really hard to trust a vendor who prides himself with so many teamasters, but can't even give a good flavor profile of their teas.
Im not an expert and maybe they sell the best tea in the world, but its really strange to someone like me, besides the fact that they also show no pictures of the tea itself.

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