DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

Comprehensive member driven guide to vendors of all teas

User avatar
Jan 19th 10 4:56 am
Posts: 21654
Joined: Apr 23rd 06 12:52 am
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Back in the TeaCave atop Mt. Fuji

DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by Chip » Jan 19th 10 4:56 am

Dragon Tea House was nominated and confirmed for our TeaVendor Guide under the Green Tea (other than Japanese), Oolong, White/Yellow, and Puerh categories. If you would like to nominate them to other categories, you may do this, otherwise limit discussion to their Green, Oolong,, White/Yellow, and Pu-erh offerings. Thank you! :D

NEW! Official Green, Oolong, White/Yellow, and Pu-erh Vendor Guide for Dragon Tea House
Consider this a perennial topic for Green, Oolong, White/Yellow, and Pu-erh from Dragon Tea House to discuss and review.

Green Teas: http://stores.ebay.com/Dragon-Tea-House ... ec0Q2em322
Oolong: http://stores.ebay.com/Dragon-Tea-House ... ec0Q2em322
White/Yellow: http://stores.ebay.com/Dragon-Tea-House ... ec0Q2em322
Pu-erh: http://stores.ebay.com/Dragon-Tea-House ... ec0Q2em322

Official Green, Oolong, White/Yellow, and Pu-erh Vendor Guides. Let's see what happens with this wild and crazy idea. You can view the
main Green TeaVendor Guide here: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=11931
and the main Oolong TeaVendor Guide here: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f= ... 02#p141802
And the main White/Yellow TeaVendor Guide here: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=60&t=11930
and the main Pu-erh Vendor Guide here: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f= ... 99#p141799
and the main TeaVendor Guide here: http://www.teachat.com/viewforum.php?f=60

User avatar
Jan 22nd 10 7:01 am
Posts: 1144
Joined: Nov 28th 08 8:14 pm

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Green, Oolong, Puerh Tea Topic

by Oni » Jan 22nd 10 7:01 am

When you read in their description that the product is one of their best, or it is 100 % authentic, you can take that to the bank.
Their Nonprail grades are usually very high standard, their TGY, and their Lu An Gua Pian, and I recieved yesterday their Nonprail Bi Luo Chun, that is absolutely wonderful, I brewed two styles, and it is the strongest chinese green tea I ever had, one was lower temperature, 60 C, more leaf, and the other at 80 C.

User avatar
Mar 30th 10 1:23 am
Posts: 2657
Joined: May 31st 08 6:44 am
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Portland, OR

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by Geekgirl » Mar 30th 10 1:23 am

Anyone order from them with the standard shipping? How long does it usually take? I ordered EMS because I'm leaving for vacation in a week and a half, but it accidentally got sent standard. :?

User avatar
Mar 31st 10 8:18 pm
Posts: 1335
Joined: May 27th 09 8:55 pm

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by teaisme » Mar 31st 10 8:18 pm

I ordered standard once during dec of last year and it took 3-4 weeks.
Not bad I guess for peak season.

User avatar
Apr 1st 10 4:39 am
Posts: 2657
Joined: May 31st 08 6:44 am
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Portland, OR

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by Geekgirl » Apr 1st 10 4:39 am

If it's 3-4 weeks, that would be fine, I'll be back by then. I'm just really more worried about the package arriving more quickly, then getting sent back because I don't pick it up in time. :(

Jun 20th 11 5:35 pm
Posts: 18
Joined: Apr 10th 10 11:00 pm

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by time » Jun 20th 11 5:35 pm

Do you know long time Dragon tea house ship out order?

I have waited some days now after ordering. No emails and according to the Ebay Shop - not shipped.

Please, tell me your experience.

User avatar
Jun 20th 11 5:45 pm
Posts: 5916
Joined: Jan 10th 10 9:04 pm
Location: Los Angeles, CA

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by debunix » Jun 20th 11 5:45 pm

I didn't keep very close track, but my order of teaware and tea arrived before I had started to wonder when it would come--Ebay purchase date was 4/19, and I took my first picture of the new teawares on 5/4. That includes a 1 or 2 day delay to confirm shipment options and merging two orders together--so less than 14 days to arrival in Los Angeles, and that's without shipping EMS--not sure if I did SAL or standard, but did not do surface shipping.

User avatar
Jun 20th 11 8:22 pm
Posts: 109
Joined: May 19th 10 9:42 am

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by Chesslover » Jun 20th 11 8:22 pm

I have ordered tea from them on 14. June 2011 and next day I received a message stating, that they shipped the item...

User avatar
Jun 21st 11 12:48 am
Posts: 2817
Joined: Oct 17th 08 1:01 am
Scrolling: scrolling
Location: Arlington, VA

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by Drax » Jun 21st 11 12:48 am

I just checked my records, and I placed an order via eBay on 20 April, got a confirmation on 21 April and I received everything on 7 May (so about 2 and a half weeks total).

So "next day" to have it shipped... but I would imagine response might vary (I placed mine mid-week)... maybe they're catching up from a bunch of weekend orders? Who knows...

May 30th 12 1:41 am
Posts: 509
Joined: Oct 8th 09 1:31 am
Location: South Carolina

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by bryan_drinks_tea » May 30th 12 1:41 am

Most of you probably know this already -

sometimes when shopping for various big-company puerhs you can find some of the cakes for slightly cheaper per cake, maybe 50 cents, maybe even up to a dollar savings. Now, i've also found out that it does not at all translate to savings when thinking of purchasing in bulk, as it winds up being one of the most expensive of all of the big Ebay tea sellers.

For a single cake for fun, I'd consider it though. I've order products from them in the past, and they weren't bad, though I think his teapots, even his ceramic ones, are way overpriced for what one gets. I was gifted the 100ml shanshui ceramic pot, in a more or less standard 'shui ping' look. while it was pretty solid, the spout is tiny, and the air hole on the lid is very small, so if you want a quicker pour you had to take the lid off and risk spilling the tea over the top of the lid. lol. i still use it for itty bits of chinese green.

User avatar
Apr 7th 13 11:12 pm
Posts: 718
Joined: Feb 12th 13 9:21 pm
Location: South Bronx, NYC

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by futurebird » Apr 7th 13 11:12 pm

Their shipping has always taken at least 3 weeks. But the celedon teapot I ordered form them was much nicer than I thought it would be.

Feb 26th 14 10:31 am
Posts: 25
Joined: Nov 1st 13 4:04 pm
Location: California

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by LEOSCAT » Feb 26th 14 10:31 am

I found Dragon Tea House on Amazon. I wonder if its the same dealer?

Feb 26th 14 11:16 am
Posts: 25
Joined: Nov 1st 13 4:04 pm
Location: California

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by LEOSCAT » Feb 26th 14 11:16 am

ummmm. let's just say I hope it's not :shock:

Aug 9th 14 8:04 pm
Posts: 319
Joined: Jun 30th 14 1:26 am

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by daidokorocha » Aug 9th 14 8:04 pm

About delivery, I checked my packages and they appear to have arrived today, on August 9th. I put the order in on what was basically August 1st. It came well before the earliest estimated date and way, way before the latest estimated date. Good service on the shipping. I didn't expect much with it being free and was prepared to wait a few weeks but that didn't have to happen. Now everything I ordered will be waiting for me when I return home on Monday from Toronto. How lovely!

User avatar
Aug 25th 15 1:38 am
Posts: 749
Joined: Dec 30th 07 5:10 am
Location: Earth

Re: DragonTeaHouse "Official" Grn, Ool, Wht/Yllw, Prh Tea Topic

by PolyhymnianMuse » Aug 25th 15 1:38 am

Anyone try these at all?http://www.dragonteahouse.biz/wuyi-da-h ... g-10-500g/

I'm intrigued by the small size and not ttoo familiar with aging Oolong's.