Qilaishan Oolong

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


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Jan 19th, '12, 12:15
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Re: Qilaishan Oolong

by TIM » Jan 19th, '12, 12:15

Intelligentsia the coffee company in CA? The one you work for?
So is 7cup sourcing the tea for you? Interesting selections you have there.
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Re: Qilaishan Oolong

by teaisme » Jan 19th, '12, 14:45

hum good catch something did seem off 8)


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Re: Qilaishan Oolong

by intelligen_tea_a » Jan 19th, '12, 16:25

TIM wrote:Intelligentsia the coffee company in CA? The one you work for?
So is 7cup sourcing the tea for you? Interesting selections you have there.
Welcome to the club ~ Toki
I don't work for Intelligentsia. I just know they have good tea and I have questioned their tea buyer about their buying model, which is committed to quality and sustainability. I only wish that I worked for them.

As far as Seven Cups, I don't think that the two companies work together at all. For one thing, they have a very different definition on what a good tieguanyin should be, and they recommend starkly different methods of brewing tea.

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