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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby miig » Feb 11th, '14, 09:29

Its 50g each, right?
But you have to look very closely to spot it, wouldn't hurt to clarify a little :wink:
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby sherubtse » Feb 11th, '14, 15:37

miig wrote:Its 50g each, right?
But you have to look very closely to spot it, wouldn't hurt to clarify a little :wink:


Maybe I am getting blind in my old age, but I do not see where it states 50g. Please let me where you saw this.

Thanks.
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby miig » Feb 11th, '14, 16:12

Its below the order form.. coded in the SKU unit. For example, the 2007 Liubao has: SKU: 07LBHCCP-50G. I checked, cakes have SKUs ending with 357G. By the way: i'm a former salesman, used to looking out for that kind of stuff :mrgreen:
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » Feb 11th, '14, 22:26

miig wrote:Its below the order form.. coded in the SKU unit. For example, the 2007 Liubao has: SKU: 07LBHCCP-50G. I checked, cakes have SKUs ending with 357G. By the way: i'm a former salesman, used to looking out for that kind of stuff :mrgreen:


Sorry for the confusion - I have added a more clear description!
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby sherubtse » Feb 11th, '14, 22:33

TwoDog2 wrote:
miig wrote:Its below the order form.. coded in the SKU unit. For example, the 2007 Liubao has: SKU: 07LBHCCP-50G. I checked, cakes have SKUs ending with 357G. By the way: i'm a former salesman, used to looking out for that kind of stuff :mrgreen:


Sorry for the confusion - I have added a more clear description!


Thanks for adding the amounts to two of the teas. But I think you forgot to do so with the 2012 Liubao.

BTW, the prices look quite good! :D
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » Feb 11th, '14, 22:54

Thanks! Should be good now.
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » May 23rd, '14, 02:00

The new 2014 Spring Teas have arrived, along with a website update and new website design.

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If you need information about how puer is made or how raw cakes are pressed, or just want more puer related content, check out our blog.
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby sherubtse » May 23rd, '14, 06:34

Nice job on the site re-design, TwoDog2! Great articles too.

I should also add that TwoDog2 is one of the nicest vendors around, and a great person to deal with! :D

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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » May 24th, '14, 09:42

sherubtse wrote:Nice job on the site re-design, TwoDog2! Great articles too.

I should also add that TwoDog2 is one of the nicest vendors around, and a great person to deal with! :D

Best wishes,
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Thank you for the kind praise!

Just uploaded a few images of our cakes after being stone pressed in the Spring.

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For a larger version, imgur is boss.
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby Drax » May 24th, '14, 13:15

Sweet, glad to see you embracing your Gogo roots!! :mrgreen:
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » Jun 18th, '14, 11:19

An announcement: White 2 Tea now has $14.99 flat rate international shipping!

And an article about how to brew gong fu style puerh tea.

Enjoy!
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby miig » Jun 28th, '14, 12:35

Hi Paul,

i'm preparing an order and have a question: I just tried your 2002 Green Label 7572 (sample) and really enjoyed its wet-flavor that is luckily not too heavy while still quite present.
I'm looking for a nice wet-stored tea and while I enjoyed this one, i wondered which the alternatives were. If I see it correctly, only some of the 200X-shengs did also get some humid storage, is that right?
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby TwoDog2 » Jul 17th, '14, 22:48

miig wrote:Hi Paul,

i'm preparing an order and have a question: I just tried your 2002 Green Label 7572 (sample) and really enjoyed its wet-flavor that is luckily not too heavy while still quite present.
I'm looking for a nice wet-stored tea and while I enjoyed this one, i wondered which the alternatives were. If I see it correctly, only some of the 200X-shengs did also get some humid storage, is that right?



Apologies for the late reply - if anybody needs a faster way to contact me, just drop a note here.

For 200X Sheng puer with wet storage, I would recommend these:

2001 Changtai Hao Red

2000 "7532" Tiepai

Hopefully these recommendations aren't far too late, or at least will be useful to someone else who peruses this thread
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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby sherubtse » Aug 7th, '14, 07:04

TwoDog2 has posted a good intro to buying puer for us who are new to the genre:

http://www.twodogteablog.com/2014/08/05 ... -3-tenets/

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Re: White 2 Tea Co. - Fine Puer Teas

Postby Poseidon » Aug 7th, '14, 07:59

Any of you fine fella's have the white whale brick? I want to try it but I dont know if ill like it and because of the price for shipping, its out of my range. Ill gladly purchase a sample if anyone wants to share! :mrgreen:
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