Lazy oolong question

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Lazy oolong question

by Space Samurai » May 19th, '07, 22:25

I suppose I could research it, but I'm sleepy. What's the difference between Wuyi and Yiwu?

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by himthatwas » May 20th, '07, 20:59

dyslexia?

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by tomasini » May 21st, '07, 13:01

hehehehehe

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by Warden Andy » May 21st, '07, 14:55

I think both are mountains (I could be wrong). Wuyi is in Fujian, and produces rock oolongs. Yiwu is in Yunnan and produces puerh.

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by Space Samurai » May 21st, '07, 17:51

Thanks, Andy

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by himthatwas » May 21st, '07, 23:20

Interesting.

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