Lima Tea?

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Lima Tea?

by Proinsias » Nov 27th, '11, 13:02

Anyone tried this?

PDF here:
http://en.limafood.com/LinkClick.aspx?f ... &tabid=939

Some of it has appeared in a new fancy supermarket nearby, gambling on supermarket teas has never worked out well for me but just curious if anyone else has tried it. The Japanese oolong sounded interesting.

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Nov 27th, '11, 18:44
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Re: Lima Tea?

by edkrueger » Nov 27th, '11, 18:44

I have had Japanese oolongs before.They are IMO over priced and not very interesting. Yuukicha has two. Maybe worth a look to indulge your curiosity.

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