amaranto wrote: I imagine it stays fresher longer than the standard green
amaranto wrote:I have had a difficult time finding a Souchong with the underlying longan/dry fruity flavor
amaranto wrote: I've heard that some vendors spray on the flavor
beforewisdom wrote: Could I expect a significant improvement in taste from spending more money and going to a vendor on the web?
teaisme wrote:beforewisdom wrote: Could I expect a significant improvement in taste from spending more money and going to a vendor on the web?
Absolutely. Usually the stuff you find in co-op bulk jars (Frontier?) is low grade tea, heavily smoked since there is not much else going on.
Anyone try this?
And to get an idea of what is out there in this group of teas...
http://www.viconyteas.com/directory/tea ... chong.html
http://teaseek.blogspot.com/2012/06/ton ... psang.html
http://teaseek.blogspot.com/2012/05/why ... ng-is.html
and if wondering about proximation to zhengyan wuyi yancha area...
http://teaseek.blogspot.com/2012/03/zhe ... bohea.html
beforewisdom wrote:Can anyone recommend a particular product? I like the smokey kind, so far.
MEversbergII wrote:I recently finished a sample of this:
http://teahong.com/black-teas/7008-blac ... sance.html
I found it to be a very appealing non-smoked LS.