What oolong is it ?

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Aug 24th, '13, 10:17
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What oolong is it ?

by jbu2 » Aug 24th, '13, 10:17

i bought this tea so long ago i just can't remember were i got it, i am sure its green oolong from china but other then that there is the picture of the package :
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does anybody know the type and brand of it ?


p.s
in the background there is a 10 years old oolong,

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Aug 24th, '13, 11:35
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Re: What oolong is it ?

by ion » Aug 24th, '13, 11:35

I'm still new to all the different types of tea but I can read Chinese and I believe the package says it is Zheng Shan Xiao Zhong, a black tea from Tong Mu Village in Wuyi. Maybe if you can show a picture of the tea leaves, someone with more experience can give you a more definite answer.

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Aug 24th, '13, 11:48
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Re: What oolong is it ?

by Teaism » Aug 24th, '13, 11:48

It is Lapsang Souchong. You can search online for the vast info about this tea. This tea is from Wuyi which is dried by smoking with local pine tree leaves. The good quality ones are rare nowadays as they are use for making the pricey Jun Ji Mei tea.

Aug 24th, '13, 13:14
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Re: What oolong is it ?

by jbu2 » Aug 24th, '13, 13:14

i had two samplers , one of that tasted like Teaism discribe and one that was like milk oolong but with full boady and grate finish that i am looking for , seems like i throw away the wrong package :(

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