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    Feng Huang Dan Cong Blue Label – Oolong of Guangdong Province

    Dancong is a Chinese oolong tea. It is difficult to brew correctly and can easily become bitter; however, when done right, a high-grade cup is regarded by many as the ultimate tea. Known for its ability to imitate the flavors and aromas of various fruits and flowers, it can taste and/or smell like longan (a popular fruit in China) orchids, honeysuckle, dried fruit, ginger, almonds, grapefruit, cinnamon, sweet apricots, peach and mango.

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart
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    Feng Huang Dan Cong Red Label – Oolong of Guangdong Province

    Dancong is a Chinese oolong tea. It is difficult to brew correctly and can easily become bitter; however, when done right, a high-grade cup is regarded by many as the ultimate tea. Known for its ability to imitate the flavors and aromas of various fruits and flowers, it can taste and/or smell like longan (a popular fruit in China) orchids, honeysuckle, dried fruit, ginger, almonds, grapefruit, cinnamon, sweet apricots, peach and mango.

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart
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    Fo Shou Premium Dark Oolong

    “The Fragrance of Snowy Pear” is made from the spring shoots of the tea bush For Shaw (Buddha Hand)

    $8.00 / Oz Add to cart
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    Lan Gui Ren – Ginseng Oolong Tea

    Lan Gui Ren, which translates to “Lady Orchid”, originates from the southwestern province of Yunnan, China. This tea is produced by tightly compressing the grinded tea leaves with powdered American Ginseng and Liquorice Grass into the shape of tiny tablets.

    $7.90 / Oz Add to cart
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    Shan Ling Xi – Taiwan Oolong

    Shan Ling Xi is a delicious buttery green oolong from Nantou County, Taiwan. Shan Lin Xi is a pristine nature reserve known for its maples, wild-flowers, and butterflies. Tea from this region has a distinctive clear, crisp flavor and aroma known to oolong connoisseurs around the world. Shan Lin Xi translates to “Pine Forrest Stream”. Our Shan Lin Xi tea farm is located on a steep hill at an altitude of 6,000 ft (1,800 m). The area is a beautiful forest of pine trees and bamboos and running rivers that enhance the environment for tea production.

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart
  • Shui-Jin-Gui-Dark-Premium-Oolong-at-TeadaStore

    Shui Jin Gui Dark Premium Oolong

    A soft flower-spicy bouquet without “green” and “fried” notes.

    $10.00 / Oz Add to cart
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    Tieguanyin Tea – Get Iron Warrior Tea – TGY

    Classic Tieguan will leave you very pleased with its taste. It’s a legendary oolong tea. The best quality that you can get of  TGY. If you’re looking to get Iron Warrior Tea, then it’s teadastore.com. Anxi, Fujian Province Tea, Iron Goddess of Mercy, Raw Green Tieguanyin Tea

    $7.50 / Oz Add to cart
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    Tieguanyin Tea – Roasted in Bitter Melon – Get Iron Warrior Tea – TGY

    TGY Roasted in Bitter Melon. The tea is named after the Chinese Goddess of Mercy Guanyin, who is known in Japan as Kannon and in Korea as Gwan-eum. Guanyin is a female embodiment of Avalokiteśvara Bodhisattva.

    $7.70 / Oz Add to cart
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    Tieluohan – Oolong of Fujian Province – Iron Warrior Monk

    Tieluohan is one of the Four Great Oolongs and a light Wuyi tea. Wuyi Mountains in northern Fujian Province, China.

    $8.50 / Oz Add to cart