Everyday Oolong

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.

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May 21st, '08, 01:34
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by ABx » May 21st, '08, 01:34

I think it looks like a good start, but I suppose I'm biased :)

They usually just throw in random samples, but if you request something specific I'm sure they'll be happy to oblige.

I've also found their greens to be great. Their "Emerald Petals" (Lu An Gua Pian) and Cloud Mist are a couple of my favorites. I'd also still suggest a Dancong.

Of course you can also always get a handful of samples of various things.

May 28th, '08, 12:14
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by Lwilliams » May 28th, '08, 12:14

Hello Tea Lovers ... I too prefer a nice cup or two. Does anyone here enjoy Emerald Oolong :?: I'm enjoying it as of rescent although I have not found it in my area I have found it online at zhitea dot com :!: This has been working out pretty well for me ... :D Cheers

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