Dec 1st, '11, 08:21
Joined: Nov 28th, '08
I have seen JNP drink this tea on youtube, so I want to try it myself, I have seen it on teaspring a few years ago, I am searching for a high quality authentic Lu Shan tea.
I liked that J. Norwood Pratt said that it grows on mountain clouded by mist, and this gives a gyokuro effect to the tea, making it sweeter, I find it irresitable.
Dec 3rd, '11, 07:28
Joined: May 13th, '11
I have had a small sample from Life in Teacup, which I enjoyed greatly. As I haven't had that tea from any other suppliers, I cannot compare this to them. As a green tea, it was really good!
Jan 13th, '12, 21:26
Joined: Aug 26th, '08
Location: Bethesda, Maryland
Dragon Tea House on eBay stocks it. I can't vouch for its quality, but I loved their Meng Shan Yun Wu.
Jan 26th, '12, 23:14
Joined: Mar 22nd, '08
Not easy, even in Beijing Maliandao, this tea is hard to find. Even there is, they are mediocre ones