Organic oolong?

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Sep 3rd, '15, 12:57
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Organic oolong?

by ummaya » Sep 3rd, '15, 12:57

Hello,

please, where can I purchase online good quality organic oolong loose leaf?

Thank you very much

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Sep 3rd, '15, 23:06
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Re: Organic oolong?

by Frisbeehead » Sep 3rd, '15, 23:06

Check Yunnan Sourcing, they have a pretty good organic tea selection.

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Re: Organic oolong?

by ummaya » Sep 4th, '15, 15:06

Thank you very much

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Sep 8th, '15, 19:17
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Re: Organic oolong?

by tdell001 » Sep 8th, '15, 19:17

I have heard Eco-cha has very "sustainable" oolong tea. I don't think this is totally "organic" though. I have not tried their tea personalty, but it is something I would like to try. I am also interested in getting tea, which is as natural and organic as possible.

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Sep 9th, '15, 07:24
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Re: Organic oolong?

by miig » Sep 9th, '15, 07:24

Tea Hong is a very reliable vendor for Oolong - they also have some organic teas, too.

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Re: Organic oolong?

by Teaist99 » Sep 20th, '15, 23:53

There is a great certified organic selection here:
http://taiwanoolongs.com/collections/or ... -selection

I have tasted a few from both the Spring and Summer harvests.

The quality is very high and the price is very reasonable :)

Enjoy!

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Sep 21st, '15, 02:26
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Re: Organic oolong?

by Mureke » Sep 21st, '15, 02:26

The most transparent tea I've found is this one:
http://eco-cha.com/collections/all-tea/ ... ight-roast

They even filmed a documentary starring the farmer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=2&v=_C240OIhNHo

I prefer unroasted high mountain tea, but I found this one quite agreeable regardless.

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