Origin Tea

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


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Feb 22nd, '13, 23:49
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Origin Tea

by Tead Off » Feb 22nd, '13, 23:49

Just want to say that this new vendor, a member of TeaChat, has some excellent Taiwan oolongs and very fair pricing. The Da Yu Ling, although not 105k, is a lovely tea at a very good price. Anyone interested in trying this DYL to see why DYL is considered a special tea should not hesitate. The Lishan is very high quality. I haven't gotten to the Long Feng Xia yet. The other 2 have captured my attention for the moment. I will be a repeat customer.

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Mar 19th, '13, 11:47
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Re: Origin Tea

by Cha Arles » Mar 19th, '13, 11:47

Effectively they seem to have an attractive offer. Which Lishan would you recommend (roasted or minimal roasted) and how would you describe the Da Yu Ling?
Is the shipping as fast as claimed?

Thanks for your answer

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Mar 19th, '13, 21:55
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Re: Origin Tea

by GreenwoodStudio » Mar 19th, '13, 21:55

Thanks for putting them on my radar. I haven't had any oolong in a long time. They have a nice selection.

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Mar 19th, '13, 23:11
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Re: Origin Tea

by Tead Off » Mar 19th, '13, 23:11

I am a fan of green oolongs as I find few roasted products that are done well. Their green Lishan is very good. The DYL is not the top of the mark but for the price, it can hold its own. I am in Bangkok so shipping will be fast generally from anywhere in Asia.

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