The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

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The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby sherubtse » Aug 26th, '13, 15:14

Here is an interesting article on the price of Taiwanese gaoshans:

http://teadb.org/price-of-high-mountain-tea/

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Re: The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby etorix » Aug 27th, '13, 09:24

thanks for that, excellent piece

both for some of the pricing infos and the lists of sellers, ive sampled from

the great majority of em, but theres a couple id missed

Naive Tea

erm, thats it actually, ive tried all of the others, ha ha, astonishing

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Re: The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby jayinhk » Aug 27th, '13, 10:16

"Naive" tea doesn't inspire much confidence...

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Re: The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby etorix » Aug 27th, '13, 18:17

jayinhk wrote:"Naive" tea doesn't inspire much confidence...


appears to be naivetea [sic]

perhaps thats why ive not tried em, dunno, lets have a look :: nice clean site, no pick-date info that i can spot https://www.naivetea.com/products/high- ... a-yu-ling/

not bad cups too https://www.naivetea.com/products/tea-w ... ld-teacup/

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Re: The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby jayinhk » Aug 28th, '13, 09:31

Their site definitely looks great.

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Re: The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea

Postby jschergen » Aug 28th, '13, 18:49

Hi there. I'm the author of The Price of High Mountain Taiwanese Tea article. Thanks for sharing and commenting on it here. I just released some additional sheets from my Master Spreadsheet. These detail generalist vendors (Teavivre, Hou de Asian, Rishi, Red Blossom, etc.) and some of the more popular ebay vendors. The four tables (one for each tea) can be found at the very bottom of the post.

Also, I've never personally ordered from Naive Tea, but from my preliminary research they did seem to have at least a reasonable reputation (although the omission of harvest information is curious).

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