any shu's on puerhshop i should know about ?

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Dec 2nd, '08, 22:44
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any shu's on puerhshop i should know about ?

by insanitylater » Dec 2nd, '08, 22:44

being almost christmas i feel i should stock up on some for next year

the banna i know is tasty but i was thinking bricks/cakes

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Dec 2nd, '08, 23:15
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by shogun89 » Dec 2nd, '08, 23:15

http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=420
http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main ... cts_id=326

The first one is amazing for the price, Just a must get. The second I havent had yet but is on my list, its Menghai, its good.

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Dec 3rd, '08, 04:53
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by omegapd » Dec 3rd, '08, 04:53

For a kick, pick up his little box of Golden Sail loose leaf shu. It's only a couple of bucks and is one of my favorites. Seriously. 8)

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by tony shlongini » Dec 3rd, '08, 09:24

Since I think you would be better off saving your money for sheng, I have a self imposed $20 maximum for shu. The best bet on the PS site would be

http://www.puerhshop.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=64_66&products_id=573

Why mess around with unknown factories (especially when dealing with a process as nasty as making shu) when you can buy from the guys who perfected, if not invented, the process?

By the way- shogun's 2nd choice is not from the Menghai Tea Factory.

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Dec 3rd, '08, 14:56
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by shogun89 » Dec 3rd, '08, 14:56

tony shlongini wrote:By the way- shogun's 2nd choice is not from the Menghai Tea Factory.


Oh, whoops read over that too quickly, Thanks for the catch.

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