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Yu Chi Hong Yun

This is the second post in a mini-series of three about the Taiwanese black teas I bought from House of Tea back in mid-October.

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Assam Taiwan

Back in mid-October I ordered three interesting looking Taiwanese black teas from House of Tea, and in this post I’ll be taking a closer look at the first of them.

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Assam Oolong

I bought this tea as part of my mid-September order over at House of Tea, along with two others I recently posted about, a Taiwanese GABA green, and the mysteriously popular Koushun Oolong.

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Jeju Sejak Redux

My latest purchase from House of Tea was all about bolstering the daily drinker side of my stash – I ordered a good sized cargo of their very nice Bai Mu Dan – and this tea was included in the … Continue reading

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Tarp, Trangia, And Tea

It was a good weekend.

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Oaks Muscatel Dew Second Flush

This Darjeeling found its way to me in the form of a free, 3 gram sample that was included in a mid-October order I placed with House of Tea.

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Gui Fei

These leaves landed on my tea table in the form of a free 3 gram sample that was kindly included in my late October order over at House of Tea.

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Oolong Koushun

This is one of the three teas I purchased in late September from House of Tea.

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Parklife 2

It was all Teaist Junior’s idea.

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A Big Old Pot Of Sheng

Trigger warning: possible intermediary level fanboyism and incoherent rambling ahead.

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