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Nov 30th, '07, 19:04
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by Wesli » Nov 30th, '07, 19:04

My favorite oolong right now is this Qi Lan from Rishi-Teas.

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Nov 30th, '07, 20:45
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by skywarrior » Nov 30th, '07, 20:45

Fukamushi Dynasty wrote:My favorite oolong right now is this Qi Lan from Rishi-Teas.


Ah, Fatali, you changed your name!

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Nov 30th, '07, 21:59
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by Chip » Nov 30th, '07, 21:59

...now just call him Fuka for short.... this could get confusing.

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Nov 30th, '07, 22:09
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by Wesli » Nov 30th, '07, 22:09

A new time is upon us.

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Dec 1st, '07, 08:50
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by Chip » Dec 1st, '07, 08:50

Li shan is awesome most times...as long as it is fresh.

Welcome to the forum, LLO...long live sencha...definately my fav these days, but a nice oolong and an occasional black are great too.

I recently opened my tea drawer to make a black tea that had sat for 2+ years (2004 or 2005 harvest. I will have to chaeck that out). I was stunned by how incredible it was. I think it was smoother, sweeter, and better than when fresh. Anyone notice this with certain Chinese blacks? It was Golden Monkey Imperial.

Imagine if we all changed our names here as often as Fuka Fatali Rage?

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Dec 1st, '07, 13:36
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by tomasini » Dec 1st, '07, 13:36

Li-Shan Oolong, eh? I'll have to try that...know where I can order some? Cause I don't know if I'll be in Taiwan anytime soom :D

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Dec 1st, '07, 13:54
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by Mary R » Dec 1st, '07, 13:54

Hou De.

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by LongLiveOolong » Dec 1st, '07, 17:21

Toma

Sorry, I have no idea where to get it here in the states but if you find a place please let me know. This way I won't have to hoard my stash right now.

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Dec 1st, '07, 17:26
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by Wesli » Dec 1st, '07, 17:26

lol, Oolong, look up.

But to make it easier for you, you can find Li-shan oolong here:

Hou De

Dec 1st, '07, 21:33
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by LongLiveOolong » Dec 1st, '07, 21:33

Lol. Sory Fuka I didn't know what Hou De was until I searched for them on google. Newbie mistake. Thanks for the info.

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by scruffmcgruff » Dec 1st, '07, 21:44

You might also want to check out http://www.shanshuiteas.com. Very pricey, but I hear they have good stuff.

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by LongLiveOolong » Dec 2nd, '07, 23:08

Thanks for the info scruff

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by fencerdenoctum » Dec 3rd, '07, 10:51

*waves* Well Hou De to you too good neighbor!


Oolong,

Welcome to the forum! Glad to have you with us!

The Tea Sipping Swordsman,
Fencerdenoctum

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