Sheung Yu Tea House Hong Kong, What is it like?

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Sheung Yu Tea House Hong Kong, What is it like?

by TsingTao » May 24th, '15, 21:22

Hey guys,

My aunt bought me back some tea from Sheung Yu Tea House in Hong Kong, she bought me Excellent Spring Lion Peak Longjin, Jasmine Pearls and Grow Wild Dancong Wulong. Is this tea house a good tea house? Has anyone been to it before? Some information on it would be great! I looked online and there is not much.

I have tasted the Wulong and it is delicious!! It has incredibly strong and pure flavors, I am really really impressed with it.
Thanks guys!

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Re: Sheung Yu Tea House Hong Kong, What is it like?

by jayinhk » May 25th, '15, 03:25

Sheung Yu was started by K.S. Lo, and is supposed to be a great place to buy tea and teapots (if not a little on the expensive side). I live in Hong Kong, but haven't been to either of their stores. I visited the Teaware Museum recently, but we got kicked out at closing time, and there's still lots to see. I'll get back there some time! I have no doubt you got top quality tea.

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Re: Sheung Yu Tea House Hong Kong, What is it like?

by TsingTao » May 25th, '15, 15:41

Thank you for your reply!! Much appreciated :D

If you do stop by one day please let me know about your trip :)

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