Keemun vs Tanyang

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Dec 9th, '14, 22:01
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Keemun vs Tanyang

by saotome » Dec 9th, '14, 22:01

Which is better?
Your opinion about that.

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Dec 9th, '14, 22:40
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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by chrl42 » Dec 9th, '14, 22:40

It's just about preference..personally I prefer Keemun,

but high-quality Tanyang would beat mid-quality Keemun anyday...it's that way :(

Dec 10th, '14, 11:54
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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by saotome » Dec 10th, '14, 11:54

Where you buy high quality Tanyang and Keemun?

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by chrl42 » Dec 10th, '14, 21:51

saotome wrote:Where you buy high quality Tanyang and Keemun?
adagio.com :wink:

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by MEversbergII » Dec 16th, '14, 10:46

Does Adagio actually produce tea worth buying?

I've been wanting to try Tanyang. I seem to thoroughly enjoy Fujianese black tea, so I'm sure I'll at least like it.

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by Alucard » Dec 16th, '14, 18:45

Havent heard of Tanyang before reading this post last week. I was browsing Teavirve and found they have Tangyang. I've never ordered from them so can't say if it's good or not. http://www.teavivre.com/catalogsearch/r ... q=tan+yang

Just curious, how is this different than this tea? http://yunnansourcing.com/en/wuyimounta ... -2014.html

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by saotome » Mar 10th, '15, 13:35

Why is keemun usually broken leaves? Even the expensive?

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

by Thallassa » Jun 29th, '15, 22:27

MEversbergII wrote:Does Adagio actually produce tea worth buying?
I wouldn't call it high quality by any means! It's good for people who are very new to loose leaf and the world of tea. Accessible.

My metaphor is - grocery store bagged tea is like Hersheys/Cadbury, brands like Adagio or Teavana are like Lindt/Ghiradelli chocolate, especially with all the weird fruity flavors, and it just goes up from there! (Except, unlike chocolate, tea just keeps going up and up and up... and there are many, many more varieties to try).

From what I've seen Adagio's about the same quality as Teavana or Harney and Sons, and slightly less overpriced than Teavana. Their teaware is very nice cheap beginner stuff as well.

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Re: Keemun vs Tanyang

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