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Golden Dragon Yellow Tea from Teavana

Tea Information: Leaf Type:  Yellow Where to Buy: Teavana Tea Description: We are proud to offer one of the rarest teas in the world; our limited edition yellow tea direct from China. The name ‘yellow’ tea refers not only to the unique processing and the lovely, bright golden infusion color, but due to its rarity it is also associated with the imperial yellow worn exclusively by emperors for centuries. Unlike any tea you have tasted before, at first sip it evokes the exquisite pleasure of everyday luxuries. Captivating high floral notes mingle with a smooth honeyed body and a subtle creamy, buttery Read More

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Oriental Beauty Cake from The Mountain Tea Company

Tea Information: Leaf Type: Oolong Where to Buy: The Mountain Tea Company Tea Description: It’s no wonder this tea is also called Champagne Oolong.  This Oriental Beauty in compressed cake form tastes of apricots, thick with honeyed spice.  Simply break off a piece and enjoy. 3.8 oz Other names: Champagne Oolong, Formosa Fancy Oolong, Braggart’s Tea – Peng Feng Cha – 椪風茶, White Tip Oolong – Bai Hao Oolong – 白毫乌龙, Dong Fang Mei Ren – 东方美人 Water: 85°C Learn more about this tea here. Taster’s Review: Oriental Beauty Cake from The Mountain Tea Company is one of the prettiest teas I have ever Read More

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Wild-Picked Yunnan Jin Jun Mei Tea from Verdant Tea

Tea Type: Black Tea Where To Buy: Verdant Tea Product Description: A malty, savory black tea with the crisp sweetness of Jin Jun Mei and the buttery thickness of Dian Hong… This wild-picked budset tea provides a uniquely rich and savory cup. In early steepings, the malty profiles of barley and wheat are in the foreground, with the sweet creaminess of butter. These savory flavors feel somewhat like fresh-baked whole-grain toast with a touch of sweet cream butter melted on top. Yet the aftertaste betrays the fine budset quality of the tea through a smooth sweetness, as though a touch Read More

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Wuyi Rock Oolong from Shanti Tea

This is interesting, different, and pretty good! Certainly a conversation piece – no matter which way you look at it. As for me…I look at it with a smiling face! This Oolong is very nice!