Awazon

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.


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Apr 23rd, '08, 20:00
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Awazon

by PolyhymnianMuse » Apr 23rd, '08, 20:00

I've been looking over the items on the Awazon ebay store and was wondering what if anything has anyone tried from them, what might be good to drink now, what might be good for storing, etc. etc.

Since teachat isn't working I'm forced to make a thread haha

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by Wesli » Apr 23rd, '08, 20:40

I've browsed through a few times, but their supply never got me interested enough to purchase. I would like to try a few of what they have... Unfortunately, they don't offer samples. Actually, the cakes are pretty cheap. Although, the shipping is $7 plus $4 per additional... a bit much.

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Awazon 2006 Ancient Tea Tree Yinhao Bai Zhen Jin Lian

by Salsero » Apr 26th, '08, 19:32

Trioxin has some of their 2006 Ancient Tea Tree Yinhao Bai Zhen Jin Lian which he likes. He may have tried some of their other products. You could PM him.

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by Trioxin » May 2nd, '08, 05:24

Lets see,.. aside from the one King Sal already mentioned, I really liked the 2006 Gold Medal Wild Ancient Tea Tree Raw as a nice "drink now" pu. Very low on bitterness and has a nice sweet taste to it. Very loose compression, and loaded with stems, but still a good easy to drink tea.

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by tenuki » May 24th, '08, 01:14

I have a few samples from them. post what you are interested in and I'll see if I have it to taste for ya.

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