Wuyi Oolong

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


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Sep 24th, '08, 19:58
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Wuyi Oolong

by PolyhymnianMuse » Sep 24th, '08, 19:58

Simply, where do you buy/like your wuyi oolongs from? :lol:

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by Salsero » Sep 24th, '08, 20:12

TeaCuppa

(although the Bai Ji Guan selections I got from both Jing and TeaSpring are both head and shoulders above the TeaCuppa offering)

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by Victoria » Sep 24th, '08, 20:23

Yep - TeaCuppa A big selection - good prices and tastey tea. I wonder if any of mine are sill in the pass box?

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by shogun89 » Sep 24th, '08, 20:52

My local Wegmans has some good stuff for $22 per pound!

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by edkrueger » Sep 24th, '08, 21:06

Local teashop, but its the Red Robe from andao.

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