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Jan 12th, '14, 12:48
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I'll second that. Also, they have 25g packets which is the perfect size for getting to know a new tea, IMHO, and a great shipping deal. Surprisingly rapid transit to the US also. I've tried nearly all of their oolongs, really an excellent journey.William wrote:Hi,Nerys54 wrote:Hi William,
looking for oolong so if you know a good shop thanks. Have a nice sunday.
I buy most of my oolong here - http://www.taiwanteacrafts.com/welcome/
Have a nice day!
+1the_economist wrote:Silentchaos of http://origintea.net/ is a vendor on here. I like the gaoshan oolongs he has.
Origin tea is an excellent vendor of Oolongs, the Goashans are very nice, and the roasted stuff too! Also some nice Taiwanese stored puerh! I've ordered a lot from them and a yixing pot and I've been delighted each time!
EDIT: I'm from Ireland, and I found the normal shipping better than the EMS