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

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Aug 24th, '08, 21:36
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by JadeKitsune » Aug 24th, '08, 21:36


Thank you for the ideas! I enjoyed the mix with Osmanthus blossoms, so I'd love to try the orange blossom!

Tung Ting Jade sounds good as well.

Thanks again ;-)

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by cheaton » Aug 24th, '08, 21:48

Thanks for the welcome everyone.

I had some Oolong sitting around that i purchasd from my favorite tea joint in DC before we moved. It's a tightly rolled Oolong they call "The Kings Tea". It has a woody/smoky initial taste and a sweet finish. Anyone have any idea of what the proper name of this tea actually is? I love it.

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by edkrueger » Aug 25th, '08, 15:34

King's tea usually refers to ginseng added teas. See Ten Tea.

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