Shi Zuo - Taiwanese

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


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Shi Zuo - Taiwanese

by bagua7 » Oct 5th, '10, 07:25

Has anyone tried this oolong?

They recommend it as one of the best Taiwanese oolongs.

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by Tead Off » Oct 5th, '10, 13:16

mayayo wrote:Has anyone tried this oolong?

They recommend it as one of the best Taiwanese oolongs.


If it's the one from teafromtaiwan, yes, I have, but awhile ago and I no longer have my tasting notes on it. It is a lower priced Alishan tea, good value, but, IMO, not in the same league as some of their other teas like Long Feng Xia, Wu Ling, and, Da Yu Ling. Tsuei Luan is a less expensive tea from Lishan which is worth a go.

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Re: Shi Zuo - Taiwanese

by bagua7 » Oct 5th, '10, 19:36

Thanks for the tips. I've taken good note.

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