Can someone explain to me what Luzhou flavor tie guan yin is

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Can someone explain to me what Luzhou flavor tie guan yin is

by iovetea » Jul 30th 12 6:52 pm

I have seen it on Ebay several times, and i really would like to know what it is. I tried searching it with google but found nothing.

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Re: Can someone explain to me what Luzhou flavor tie guan yin is

by TwoDog2 » Aug 2nd 12 2:38 am

Do you have a link ? I was thinking it might be 绿洲 (lv zhou, meaning oasis...just a pretty name?) or 泸州 (lu zhou, a place in Sichuan...although that doesn't make a lot of sense) Not sure what it would mean for a flavor? Maybe contact the seller and ask

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Re: Can someone explain to me what Luzhou flavor tie guan yin is

by iovetea » Aug 2nd 12 9:16 am

http://www.ebay.de/itm/2012-Spring-Anxi ... 043wt_1285


ok the vendor doesn't look like someone would order tea from, but imjust curious.

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Re: Can someone explain to me what Luzhou flavor tie guan yin is

by digitalray » Oct 5th 18 1:17 pm

iovetea wrote: I have seen it on Ebay several times, and i really would like to know what it is. I tried searching it with google but found nothing.
Hi,

i actually got a Luzhou Flavor Bai Ya Qi Lan and had the same question in my mind..

Luckily i can give you a proper answer after finding out, that Luzhou Flavor refers to a specific Liquor from Luzhou, it's Rice Wine.

So Luzhou Flavor in tea will refer to a sweet and sour fermented slightly alcoholic grape / rice flavor.

http://art-bin.com/art/aluzhoueng.html