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Central Hong Kong

by Rui » Sep 25th 14 10:19 am

In a couple of months I'll be visiting Hong Kong. Does anyone know of any tea merchants that are 'obligatory' for one to visit in that city?

Being a beginner pu'erh tea drinker I am really looking forward to see that city.

Many thanks. :D

Rui

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Tead Off » Sep 25th 14 2:47 pm

Rui wrote:In a couple of months I'll be visiting Hong Kong. Does anyone know of any tea merchants that are 'obligatory' for one to visit in that city?

Being a beginner pu'erh tea drinker I am really looking forward to see that city.

Many thanks. :D

Rui
I don't think this is the appropriate area to post this in as this is for tea & teaware vendors only.

You should probably ask Chip, the moderator, for the appropriate category to ask this question.

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Chip » Sep 25th 14 3:44 pm

True. I am moving this topic to ... the travel forum of TeaChat but will leave a "shadow" under Tea Merchant for a couple days.

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Rui » Sep 26th 14 8:08 am

Thank you very much for moving the thread and apologies for my mistake. I have been to this forum for a short time so I am strill trying to find my feet as it is a big forum.

kind regards,

Rui

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Greenteaguru » Nov 19th 14 9:55 pm

'Best Tea House' is a good start.

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Rui » Nov 20th 14 7:33 am

Hi Oli,

Thank you very much.

Kind regards,

Rui

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Re: Central Hong Kong

by Greenteaguru » Nov 22nd 14 6:29 am

I got some Bings 2008 in a shop of theirs in Yuen Long (new territories) very reasonably priced Feng Qing. This shop has now gone but their main shop is centrally located.