Hui Long Zhai

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


Oct 13th, '10, 15:34
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Hui Long Zhai

by hyakuraiju » Oct 13th, '10, 15:34

Has anyone here ever tried hui long zhai? I got some from China when I ordered a kyusu teapot. Supposedly there is only one seller of it. It was really nice but I think the brew color and taste was closer to being white tea imo.

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Oct 13th, '10, 17:31
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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by JRS22 » Oct 13th, '10, 17:31

Is this the tea you received?

http://yunnansourcing.com/store/product ... oduct=1233

I stay away from anything bitter so I wouldn't try this tea, but there are lots of happy Yunnan Sourcing customers on Teachat.

Oct 13th, '10, 18:49
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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by hyakuraiju » Oct 13th, '10, 18:49

Yep, thats the stuff.

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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by puerhking » Oct 13th, '10, 20:20


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Oct 11th, '11, 14:15
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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by Simone » Oct 11th, '11, 14:15

I have tried this tea today. I think it's a good tea, not too bitter and a pleasant and durable aftertaste.
Good the second infusion, not the third.

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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by bagua7 » Oct 11th, '11, 20:34

Same here, I brewed a sample I got from that vendor several months ago and really liked the tea. Recommended but it has more yang energy on it as opposed to northern-grown teas (yin).

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Oct 12th, '11, 06:13
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Re: Hui Long Zhai

by Simone » Oct 12th, '11, 06:13

Yang energy?

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