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  • Tieguanyin Classic

    Tieguanyin Deep Brown 2010

    Rated 4 out of 5

    A fine oolong

    This was my first “browned” oolong. I purchased it in late 2012, when it was just a bit young for drinking, from what I’ve read. At first, I had some issues with the flavours being a slight bit harsh, but over the last few months it has certainly mellowed. This is, I believe, the effects of maturation, which it does well in basic packaging.

    This tea infuses easily, especially in my rather lazy method of leaving the leaves in the gaiwan the whole time I drink from them and makes good tea when brewed in a pot at a 1g / 100ml ratio. It is also suitable for storage in a thermo for travel, so long as the ratio does not go beyond .6g / 100ml.

    When taken straight, it has a bold, smokey flavour with undertones of honey. The honey flavour lingers the longest. When taken in the weaker ratio, the honey disappears and the smokey portion remains. Conjures alertness, I’ve found.

    I have found this stimulates the digestive tract, probably due to caffeine content, after meals – most particularly cold meals like salads.

    This is a good place to begin exploring browner style oolongs.

    M.

    Michael Eversberg II
  • Shiguping Wulong 2015

    Shiguping Wulong 2015

    Rated 5 out of 5

    I am amused

    @Patricio I am amused to read this review. I can sense the fire in your belly when you wrote this. To express openly one’s feelings of a product in an internet shop is a virtue that I hope will gradually grow in more people. Some of our customers may want to maintain a low profile. Some maybe too busy.

    A lot of common efforts is still needed to build awareness and appreciation in the market for fine tea of this quality level. Consumer comments and reviews definitely mean immense help. They are also morale boosters to us here. I am happy that you like the tea. I have worked hard in order to get this kind of quality.

    A big thank you from my heart.
    Leo

    Leo
  • Honey Orchid 2015

    Honey Orchid 2017

    Rated 5 out of 5

    A Great Example

    Very Impressive tea. The tea has a floral taste that gives way to a more savoury flavor. The huigan is strong and the tongue and lips tingle. Thick mouthfeel. The flavor is much stronger than the aroma which invades the mouth and has a strong mineral quality. I needed to use less leaf and it gave so many brews.

    One of the other reviewers asked about aging. I think there is the potential in this tea to age well. It’s a powerhouse. One of the habits that I always recommend is to take the tea out of its bag and put it into a tea caddy. In the 4 months I’ve had this tea, I can see a clear change for the better. Deeper, smoother, more lovely. Look no further for a better example of Milan Xiang.

    Jeffrey Novick
  • Longjing Spring Equinox 2017

    Longjing Spring Equinox 2018

    Rated 5 out of 5

    難得的好發現

    很明顯 Tea Hong 的龍井並非採用新品種龍井43茶樹生產的,而是用現時較少見的傳統龍井茶樹,因為它的茶味較龍井43層次更多,更為鮮爽。使我驚喜的是大部份以傳統茶樹生產的龍井口味較為苦澀,但這 Tea Hong 的龍井卻並非如此,真是一難得的好發現。

    Longjing 43

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