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Random product reviews
GABA Orange Extra
What’s all this talk about Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)? I ordered this tea based on the lovely description of its taste and the tantalizing photo of the tea itself. I had no idea that the name refers to an oxygen-free, nitrogen-rich fermentation process that boosts levels of naturally occurring GABA. This compound is said to offer possible benefits to the central nervous system. Lord knows, my nervous system could use a gigantic chill-pill. But that’s not why I love this tea. Here’s why: The dry GABA nuggets offer up a heady aroma while the brewed tea’s color and flavor suggest apricot. It’s woody, not sweet. On the second infusion, the leaves plumped up so big, they almost lifted the lid off my gaiwan. I probably used too much tea and underestimated its penchant for water. That was my mistake, but a happy one. The transformation and the taste were both thoroughly enjoyable.Karen Ager
Shiguping Wulong 2015
Clean Summer Air after a Thunderstorm
This tea found me. So I paid attention. Opening the bag revealed the aroma of grandmother’s kitchen on baking day. The brewed tea morphed from comforting to purifying — it truly has a broad range. There is a crispness to it that reminds me of the lightest sandalwood incense wafting from afar. I am on my third infusion and it appears the tea can steep for quite a long time with no bitterness. The taste evokes for me the cleansed and cooled air after a summer thunderstorm. The leaves bloom into perfect green foliage which I imagine look exactly as they do when they are freshly picked.Karen Ager
Menghai Spring 2004
A fine Shu
Whether in the gaiwan or a common earthenware tea pot, this shu infuses dark and flavorful, sweet and inviting with no astringency to speak of. Re-infuses well even at 1g to 100ml ratio. Goes smoothly with savory meals and is very attractive on its own.
M.Michael Eversberg II
Gold Stallion 2016
Such a beauty to look at the dry leaves of black and gold. I didn’t expect the brewed tea to be so…..”harvest gold.” The aroma and taste are strong, clean and crisp, a la freshly pressed linen.Karen Ager