What's this Oolong?

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Jun 23rd, '14, 17:02
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What's this Oolong?

by oolongtimeago » Jun 23rd, '14, 17:02

During my time in China, I was gifted several tins of tea. I can't read characters, so the type of tea is unknown to me. The only pinyin on the tin is Yun Xiang, which I assume is a brand. I guessed from the fragrance and taste of the tea that it's some kind of oolong, but I would like to know if it's Iron Goddess, High Mountain, Mid Roasted, etc. Images below...
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui=2& ... 522_0.1&zw
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/?ui=2& ... ddf_0.1&zw

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Jun 24th, '14, 12:29
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Re: What's this Oolong?

by 茶藝-TeaArt08 » Jun 24th, '14, 12:29

The pictures link to a Gmail sign in page. Is there a way you can post a direct link? :)

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Jun 24th, '14, 21:50
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Re: What's this Oolong?

by oolongtimeago » Jun 24th, '14, 21:50

Sorry, try these...

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Re: What's this Oolong?

by idler » Jun 24th, '14, 22:13

Ginseng oolong.

Jun 24th, '14, 22:17
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Re: What's this Oolong?

by oolongtimeago » Jun 24th, '14, 22:17

The mystery solved! Thanks!

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