Second gaiwan today is from Hou De:
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[url=http://www.houdeasianart.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66&products_id=826]2007 Autumn Yu-Shan Organic Honey-aroma Oolong, Hand Harvested
Sha Li Sian section, Yu-Shan, Taiwan[/url]
15% fermentation/ 0% roasting
Clutivar - green-centered (Chin Shin) oolong.
( I have no idea what half of that means, but hey, I can copy off the package as well as anyone.. )
This has been a fine tea, unfortunately I'm down to the last few brewings. I really like the new packaging from Hou De - glad to see at least one vendor springing for the ziplock mylar bags and desiccants, it makes a big difference. And their brown paper packaging really appeals to my ascetic _and_ aesthetic sensibilities.
The honey aroma isn't as strong as the tea has aged (a couple months old at this point) but the quality of the leaf is still there, I actually could care less about the aroma to tell the truth.