Monthly Archives: February 2012

writing about tea (1)

Last year, The Association of Tea Bloggers had a blog carnival on the topic of Why I Write about Tea. There were quite a few interesting entries on the topic. Here is the host post of the blog carnival by … Continue reading

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a personal review of 2011 tea

Due to my winter traveling and the cold I caught after getting home, this review is badly delayed, so was my routine establishment of new year resolutions. But I think I’ve still caught them all before the Tibetan New Year … Continue reading

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Concept Tea (10) – Salute to Xia Guan, with Jing Mei Tang Red Iron Cake

This Jing Mei Tang (静美堂)product, according to its owner, Mr. Huang Chuanfang, a leading figure in Taiwan puerh industry, this tea was made to salute and pay respects to Xia Guan (下关)old style iron cake with red printing on the … Continue reading

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Yi Liang "Long Jing" (宜良龙井)

Yi Liang Long Jing (宜良龙井), a.k.a. Bao Hong Tea (宝洪茶) is a historically famous green tea. In the title I put “Long Jing” as quote-and-quote, as it’s not the “real” Long Jing from Zhejiang. However, the name Yi Liang Long … Continue reading

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Song Luo (松萝茶)

I got this tea from a green tea group purchase last year. In the group purchase, there were quite a few high end teas and rare teas. But producer of this tea proudly announced that he was delighted to learn … Continue reading

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