Need help identifying an oolong

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Jan 10th 20 4:36 am
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Need help identifying an oolong

by sporad » Jan 10th 20 4:36 am

I already posted a version of this on the black tea thread, but thought I'd repost half of it here since I am still in the dark about the oolong in the golden package.

I received it as a gift and it would great to find out what kind it is, who makes it, all that. I only know it's Taiwanese (because that's the only thing I am able to read). Can anybody identify it or read the writing?
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